|Ochre-rumped Antbird (Drymophila ochropyga)|
The Ochre-rumped Antbird is a Brazilian endemic and is confined to the Atlantic Forest area of south-east Brazil. Like the Ferruginous Antbird Drymophila ferruginea, it is also found in the humid forest and secondary woodland and is particularly associated with bamboo.
|It has a bright ochre rump and black wings showing no rufous on them. The tail is black with white tips. Throat and breast are white with bold, black streaks while the flanks are rufous. The female is similar but duller with a streaked crown.
They were quite difficult to photograph as they moved about actively in the lower growth and bamboo thickets of the forest.
There is an illustration in Sick, Plate 28.