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Dusky-Tailed Antbird Male, Drymophila malura

Dusky-Tailed Antbird Male, Drymophila malura

Rufous Gnateater (Conopophaga lineata) gnateaters are a bird family, Conopophagidae, consisting of 10 small  species  in 2 genera, which occur in South & Central America.  The members of this family are very closely related to the antbirds and less closely to the antpittas and tapaculos. Due to their remote and dim habitat, gnateaters are a little-studied and poorly known family of birds, though they are often sought after by birdwatchers. phot por Thiago T. Silva

Rufous Gnateater (Conopophaga lineata) gnateaters are a bird family, Conopophagidae, consisting of 10 small species in 2 genera, which occur in South & Central America. The members of this family are very closely related to the antbirds and less closely to the antpittas and tapaculos. Due to their remote and dim habitat, gnateaters are a little-studied and poorly known family of birds, though they are often sought after by birdwatchers. phot por Thiago T. Silva

Squamate Antbird. Brazil trip 2010 — Intervales

Squamate Antbird. Brazil trip 2010 — Intervales

Black-backed Antshrike  (Thamnophilus melanonotus). Photo by Steve Bird.

Black-backed Antshrike (Thamnophilus melanonotus). Photo by Steve Bird.

White-backed Fire-eye - Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay & Peru

White-backed Fire-eye - Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay & Peru

White-plumed Antbird - Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana

White-plumed Antbird - Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana

Guianan Warbling Antbird. Glenn Bartley Nature Photography - GUYANA FAVORITES

Guianan Warbling Antbird. Glenn Bartley Nature Photography - GUYANA FAVORITES

Foto papa-formiga-do-igarapé (Sclateria naevia) por Kurazo Okada

Foto papa-formiga-do-igarapé (Sclateria naevia) por Kurazo Okada

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