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13Â·5 cm (5Â¼ in)
Formerly placed in genus Basileuterus.
There are 2 subspecies:
Moist montane forests, forest edges; dense undergrowth along streamsides, at heights from 1500 to 3050 m, though generally above 1800m.
There's not a lot of information available. It is thought they eat mostly on invertebrates, foraging near the ground in the understorey. They will sometimes flycatch.
Virtually no information; juveniles observed in December and February in central Peru.
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