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Reserva Amagusa
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Passeriformes > Cotingidae

Olivaceous Piha

Snowornis cryptolophus

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A rather dull, olive-colored bird of Andean cloud forest. It has a yellow or whitish eyering, faint streaking on the underparts, and may show some yellow on the bend of the wing. Black crown stripe is usually concealed. It is found at mid-levels inside the forest, and sometimes joins mixed-species flocks. Unlike other pihas, it is usually silent.

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