(aka Philydor rufus)
Brazilian name: Limpa-folha-de-testa-baia
The Buff-fronted Foliage-gleaner is distributed in Costa Rica and Panama, the coastal highlands of Venezuela, Andean highlands from Colombia to Bolivia and in southern Brazil. It is found in humid and montane forest.
The forehead and broad supercilium are
buffy and contrast with the grey crown and stripe behind the eye.
It is olive-brown above with rufous wings and tail. Underparts
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