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13cm. short tail and fairly long legs. Reddish-brown, white stripe above the eye (grey in the female) which ends in a tuft of feathers, short tail, long legs.
Two subspecies are recognized:
Formerly considered conspecific with Ceara Gnateater.
Forest understory and bushes.
They build a cup-shaped nest in a tree, made of sticks and moss. 2 buff-coloured eggs, oval or slightly conical in shape, are laid.
The diet includes insects.
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