|Spotted Tody-flycatcher (Todirostrum maculatum)|
The Spotted Tody-flycatcher is found in the Amazon Basin and through the Guianas to the mouth of the Orinoco. It prefers habitat near rivers, especially river islands, but is also found in gardens.
|It has orange-yellow eyes and a grey head with some streaks. Otherwise it is olive above with black wings showing distinct yellow edging. Apart from its white throat, the underparts are yellow but with strong black streaking on the throat, breast and flanks. The bill is long and flat.|
|There are illustrations in Ridgely & Tudor, Volume 2, Plate 36; Hilty & Brown, Plate 36; and Ridgely & Greenfield, Plate 69.|