Large and robust becard found in the canopy and edges of humid and montane forests where it sometimes accompanies mixed-species flocks. Males are mostly dark gray with a paler breast and belly and with a white spot in the middle of the back that is normally concealed. Females are cinnamon above and pale yellow below with a gray crown. Not very vocal; makes occasional squeaky noises.
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