|Ferruginous Antbird Drymophila
Brazilian name: Trovoada
The Ferruginous Antbird is a Brazilian endemic and is confined to the Atlantic Forest area of south-east Brazil. It is found in the humid forest, secondary woodland and is particularly associated with bamboo.
|The male and female look
similar although the female is duller.
These photos show the black crown and sides of the head, the white supercilium and the white on the cheeks. They also shows the black tail with broad white stripes and the bright rusty brown of the underparts.
|There are recordings on xeno-canto, a distribution map from NatureServe and additional information available via Avibase. There is also a page on Wikiaves.|
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