|Stripe-crowned Spinetail (Cranioleuca pyrrhophia)
The Stripe-crowned Spinetail is distributed from central Bolivia to central Argentina including western Paraguay, Uruguay and the southern tip of Brazil.
|It is found in woodland, scrub and gallery forest where it searches for ants and beetles often behaving quite acrobatically and hanging upside down.
It has a streaked crown, broad white supercilium and dark eye-stripe. Upperparts are brownish-grey apart from the rufous wing-coverts while below it is whitish. The tail is rufous and very pointed.