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==Identification== ==Identification==

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Callonetta leucophrys
Photo by Fernando
Photo by Fernando



Male has a rich chestnut back, pale grey flanks and a salmon coloured breast speckled in black. A black band runs from the top of its head down to the nape. Females have an olive-brownish back with the head blotched and striated in white, with pencilled barring on a pale chest and belly. Both have a dark tail, a contrasting pale rump, and a distinctive white patch on the wing. Bills are grey and legs and feet are pink in both sexes.


North-west Argentina and Paraguay, also occurring in Bolivia, Brazil and Uruguay.



Tropical, swampy forests and marshy clearings in well-wooded lowlands, as well as secluded pools and small streams.


They nest in cavities and 5 to 12 whitish eggs are laid; incubation takes from 23 to 26 days.

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