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 Similar species
Slaty Becard is slightly smaller and has whitish lores (upper part at least) but otherwise very similar
There are 3 subspecies:
Fairly common in canopy and borders of humid forest. Observed at heights around 800 m.
Often in pairs. Raises crown feathers and pumps head.
Their diet consists of insects and fruit. They usually forage in pairs, but sometimes join mixed species flocks.
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