Ecuadorian Tyrannulet (Phylloscartes gualaquizae) - HBW 9, p. 300
French: Tyranneau d’Équateur
Spanish: Orejerito Ecuatoriano
Other common names: Ecuadorian Bristle-tyrant
Taxonomy: Pogonotriccus gualaquizae P. L. Sclater, 1887, Gualaquiza, Morona-Santiago, Ecuador.
Originally included in genus Pogonotriccus, but behaviour typical of present genus, with which former was for a time merged. Monotypic.
Distribution: Forested E Andes of Ecuador (S from N Sucumbíos and W Napo) and N Peru (San Martín).
- Near Threatened Enlarge map
A bird taking a bath on wet leaves, filmed from the canopy tower. Locality Abra Patricia, San Martín Department, Peru (Monotypic species)
Yoel Jimenez 26 November 2012 1 year ago 15 sec 4
A bird on a branch, looking around and then flying off. Locality Podocarpus National Park, Zamora-Chinchipe Province, Ecuador
Robert Schaefer 24 October 2008 5 years ago 10 sec 3.7
A bird catching insects in the canopy. Locality Abra Patricia, San Martín Department, Peru (Monotypic species)
Yoel Jimenez 26 November 2012 1 year ago 16 sec 3.6