Plain Tyrannulet (Inezia inornata) - HBW 9, p. 311
French: Tyranneau terne
Spanish: Piojito Picudo
Taxonomy: Serpophaga inornata Salvadori, 1897, San Francisco, Tarija, Bolivia.
Genus as currently constituted is probably polyphyletic. Present species was for long placed in genus Serpophaga, and has been proposed that the two genera be merged; syringeal evidence, however, suggests that Inezia is closer to Sublegatus. Monotypic.
Distribution: SE Peru (Madre de Dios), N & E Bolivia, adjacent SW Brazil (N to Rondônia), N Paraguay, and NW Argentina (Salta, Jujuy). Breeding range uncertain, probably only non-breeding visitor in Peru, N Bolivia and Brazil; specimen dates indicate possible breeding as far N as Beni (Bolivia).
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An individual foraging and then eating ants off a tree trunk. Locality Porto Jofre, Pantanal, Mato Grosso State, Brazil (Monotypic species)
Greg Baker 3 August 2015 6 weeks ago 22 sec 4
A bird in a tree, foraging Locality Lomas de Arena Reserve, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia (Monotypic species)
Josep del Hoyo 9 August 2005 10 years ago 23 sec 3.2
A bird perching on a branch
Locality Termas de Rio Hondo, Santiago del Estero Province, Argentina
Miguel Andina 27 February 2014 2 years ago 3.8
A bird perched.
Locality Pantanal, Mato Grosso State, Brazil
Stephen John Jones 18 July 2011 4 years ago 3.8
A bird perched on a stalk.
Locality Embiara Lodge, Nhecolândia, Pantanal, Mato Grosso do Sul State, Brazil (Monotypic species)
Carmelo López 13 November 2011 4 years ago 2.9