Small flycatcher with a long tail that is usually held cocked. Has an olive-green back, a whitish throat, and yellowish underparts. Note the dusky eye-stripe, buff eye-ring, and yellow wingbars. Found in humid forest at higher altitudes (750-1200 m), where it actively forages in the canopy and almost invariably accompanies mixed-species flocks. Call is a series of short, soft “tik” notes.