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22-25 cm (8Â½-9Â¾ in).
As opposed to most Glaucidium owls, this species has no false eyes at the rear of the head.
Barred in brown and white both above and below, and has a white marking on the throat. Lower parts of underside broadly streaked in white and brown.
Tail dark with few whitish bars. Eyes lemon to yellow.