|Fasciated Antshrike (Cymbilaimus lineatus)
|The first two photos were taken near the river Javarí, Peru, while the last two were taken near Borba, Brazil.
The Fasciated Antshrike is distributed in the Amazonian Basin with a disjunct population from Honduras to northern and western Colombia. It is found in forest borders, at treefalls and along streams where it is usually foraging in mid-storey (the only antbird with red-eyes to be found higher off the ground).
|The first 3 photos are of males and while they do not show the distinctive red iris, you can appreciate the narrow black barring and the heavy hooked bill with a paler lower mandible. The female in the 4th photo is similarly patterned but barred dark brown and pale brown.|