Small olive-yellow flycatcher with black ear patch, gray crown, pinkish lower mandible, and bold, contrasting yellowish wing bars. Sexes similar. Found alone or in pairs, usually at medium to high levels in forest. Occurs in mature humid forest of montane regions. Voice a fast and descending trill “trrrrrr tzee tzee tzee tzee…” Distinguished from Marble-faced Bristle-Tyrant by contrasting black wing coverts and bold yellowish wingbars, pinkish (not gray) lower mandible, and cleaner face. Endemic to the Coastal Cordillera of Venezuela.