|Spot-flanked Gallinule (Gallinula melanops)
| The Spot-flanked Gallinule is distributed from eastern and southern Brazil to Bolivia and south into Argentina and Chile. There is a disjunct population near Bogota, Colombia.
It is usually quite conspicuous in wetlands with lots of floating vegetation.
|It has a black face, grey head, neck and breast with a brownish back, large white spots on the flank and conspicuous white undertail-coverts. Its bill and shield are greenish-yellow.|