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White-bibbed Antbird

Myrmoderus loricatus

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Medium sized, long-tailed antbird, which forages on the ground in humid forests. Strikingly patterned, but can be difficult to see. Note the rufous-brown crown, back, tail and vent, and pinkish legs. Males have black wing coverts with pale spots, a black face with a pale eyebrow, a black scalloped breast, and a white throat and belly. Females differ in having a buff throat and flanks.

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