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Salvadori's Antwren

Myrmotherula minor

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Identification

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Rare short-tailed antwren found in the understory of humid forests where it is very active and is normally associated with mixed-species flocks. Males are gray with a black throat and dark wing coverts with white spots. Resembles White-flanked Antwren, but without the white on the flanks. Females have a grayish head, a buffy body, and lack the male’s wing spots. The song is a high-pitched “veet…veet.”

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