Dugand's Antwren (Herpsilochmus dugandi) - HBW 8, p. 603
French: Grisin de Dugand
German: Westamazonischer Ameisenfänger
Spanish: Tiluchí de Dugand
Other common names: Colombian Antwren
Taxonomy: Herpsilochmus sticturus dugandi Meyer de Schauensee, 1945, Belén, 600 feet [c. 180m], Caquetá, Colombia.
Forms a superspecies with H. sticturus; formerly considered conspecific, but separated on basis of differences in female plumage and in calls. Monotypic.
Distribution: Extreme S & SE Colombia (base of Andes in Caquetá, and Leticia area in SE Amazonas), E Ecuador and NE Peru (N of R Marañón and R Amazon).
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song in the canopy tower Locality Tiputini Research Station, Sucumbios Province, Ecuador
Niels Poul Dreyer 11 August 1999 1 week ago ADDED LAST MONTH 3
Calling and nesting in ACTS tower Locality Explornapo Lodge, Loreto Department, Peru
Niels Poul Dreyer 25 November 2008 5 years ago 3