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Streak-crowned Antvireo

Dysithamnus striaticeps

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This plump little forest bird has a large head and short tail. Not striking, but distinctive in limited range. Male grayer, female browner. Look for small white spots on wing and faint streaks on throat and chest. Both sexes have streaked crown, although male is gray and female is rufous. Often seen following a mixed-species flock; sticks to the lower levels in the forest.

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