Aripuana Antwren Herpsilochmus stotzi

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Recently described Amazonian antwren. Males are gray with a bold white eyebrow and a black crown, wings, and tail. Females have a pale rusty forehead patch. Occurs primarily in white sand forest, but also in humid forest, where it forages in the canopy, often with mixed-species flocks. The song is a rolling trill. The similar Predicted Antwren has a longer song; males have more black on the back and females have a more rusty forehead.

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