|Collared Antshrike Thamnophilus bernardi
(aka Sakesphorus bernardi)
The Collared Antshrike is distributed in south-west Ecuador and north-west Peru. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It is found in forest, woodland and arid scrub up to 1,000 metres.
|Previously included in the Sakesphorus genus with which it visually has an affinity, it is now considered a member of the Thamnophilus genus as a result of genetic analysis. These photos are of males. The females are paler with a bright rufous crown.|
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