Cinnamon Tyrant (Neopipo cinnamomea) - HBW 9, p. 352
French: Moucherolle manakin
Spanish: Mosquerito Canelo
Other common names: Cinnamon Neopipo/Manakin/Tyrant-manakin
Taxonomy: Pipra [sic] cinnamomea Lawrence, 1869, Chamicuros, Peru.
Formerly considered a manakin and placed in the family Pipridae, but anatomical and other features typical of present family; appears most closely related to a group that includes Myiophobus, Myiobius, Terenotriccus, Pyrrhomyias and Hirundinea. Validity of race helenae questionable; further research required. Two subspecies currently recognized.
Subspecies and Distribution:
- cinnamomea (Lawrence, 1869) - E Ecuador, E Peru, E Colombia, S Venezuela and W & C Amazonian Brazil.
- helenae McConnell, 1911 - the Guianas and N Brazil (Amapá).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
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Natural (full) song. Often named Cinnamon Neopipo. Locality Gareno Lodge, Orellana Province, Ecuador
Dusan M. Brinkhuizen 20 December 2011 2 years ago 4.5
Song in response to playback. Locality Pousada Rio Azul, Pará State, Brazil
Bradley Davis 8 October 2007 4 years ago 4