Small, drab tyrannulet found in the highlands of southern Mexico, Guatemala, and western El Salvador. Fairly inconspicuous; usually found as singles or pairs in middle to upper levels of forests, plantations, and second-growth. Typically perches fairly horizontally with the tail held slightly cocked. Feeds mainly on berries. Note the whitish eyebrow, small bill, and plain-looking wings with very thin yellowish feather edges.