|White-crowned Manakin Pseudopipra pipra
(aka Dixiphia pipra Pipra pipra)
Brazilian name: Cabeça-branca
The White-crowned Manakin is distributed in from Costa Rica to Colombia and the Amazon Basin with a disjunct population in eastern Brazil. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It is found in the undergrowth of forest usually about 3 to 6 metres off the ground.
|The male is all black with a white crown and nape. The iris is red. The female has olive green upperparts with a
grey crown and greyish underparts. The iris is also red.
Photos 3 to 5, taken at Porto Seguro, Bahia, are of the sub-species P. p. cephaleucos .
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