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PN Darién--Rancho Plástico
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Passeriformes > Furnariidae

Sharp-tailed Streamcreeper

Lochmias nematura

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Distinctive. Fairly small, plump, and short-tailed. Dark brown above with bold white spotting on underparts. Bill is slightly decurved. Disjunct range. Populations in Venezuelan tepuis and southeastern South America have bold white eyebrow; Andean birds lack this. Almost always found in the vicinity of forested streams, but tends to stay hidden, foraging on or near the ground. Uncommon.

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