Brazilian name: trepadorzinho
The Sharp-billed Treehunter is distributed in southeast Brazil from Espírito Santo to Rio Grande do Sul and into adjacent areas of Paraguay and Argentina. It is found in Atlantic Rain Forest from about sea-level to over 2,200 metres.
|It looks a bit like a xenops
and is similar in size. It has a buffy supercilium and a dark
line behind the eye. Upperparts are olive-brown with buff spots
on the neck while below is pale buff with olive-brown streaks
from the breast downwards.
There are recordings and a distribution map on xeno-canto and additional information is available via Avibase .
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