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Old Tuesday 4th December 2018, 01:10   #1
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Woodcreeper Ecuador

Hi everyone,

Last week I saw this woodcreeper in the amazon (Cuyabeno) in Ecuador.. I don't know what it is, can anyone help?

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Old Tuesday 4th December 2018, 04:25   #2
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I have no book at hand, but this looks a lot like Black-banded Woodcreeper to me
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Old Tuesday 4th December 2018, 10:36   #3
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I think this is amazonian barred woodcreeper based on minimal whitish throat (not pronounced) and especially bars rather than streaks on the throat (which black - banded would have). Dark bill isn't a problem: birds of Peru suggests immatures may show this. Neotropical.birds.cornell.edu suggests there are probably at least 3 species hidden under amazonian barred: don't know which this is.
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I think this is amazonian barred woodcreeper based on minimal whitish throat (not pronounced) and especially bars rather than streaks on the throat (which black - banded would have). Dark bill isn't a problem: birds of Peru suggests immatures may show this. Neotropical.birds.cornell.edu suggests there are probably at least 3 species hidden under amazonian barred: don't know which this is.
I agree, barring right up under the bill, no streaking which would be obvious I think on BbW.
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