Ochre-rumped Antbird (Drymophila ochropyga) - HBW 8, p. 620
French: Grisin à croupion ocre
Spanish: Tiluchí Culipardo
Taxonomy: Formicivora ochropyga Hellmayr, 1906, Ipanema, São Paulo, Brazil.
Members of genus form a well-defined clade, and appear to be closely related to Hypocnemis. Present species most closely related to D. genei. Monotypic.
Distribution: SE Brazil from C & SE Bahia, E Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo S to E São Paulo, E Paraná and E Santa Catarina.
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A bird singing Locality Macaé de Cima, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil (Monotypic species)
Keith Blomerley 15 September 2005 6 years ago 17 sec 4
adult male vocalizing Locality Salto Morato Natural Reserve, Guaraqueçaba, Paraná State, Brazil
Leonardo R. Deconto 19 July 2011 2 years ago 20 sec 3.7
A poor view of a bird skulking Locality Itatiaia National Park, Brazil (Monotypic species)
Josep del Hoyo 3 July 2004 6 years ago 13 sec 3.3
Bird singing. Locality Paranapiacaba, São Paulo State, Brazil
Antonio Silveira 10 August 2007 1 year ago 18 sec 3
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An bird singing in the forest of Paranapiacaba. Locality Paranapiacaba, São Paulo State, Brazil
Antonio Silveira 6 October 2006 1 year ago 4
Singing mid-day in bamboo. Locality Serra dos Orgaos National Park, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil
Bradley Davis 12 May 2006 4 years ago 0