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The Large-billed Antwren is a passerine bird of the family Thamnophilidae endemic Cerrado .
Both sexes are very different . While the male version looks like a bigger and darker, his chest lightly scratched , the female is completely different . The dominant color is a strong orange , more yellow on the belly . Wings and tail with white spots and contrasts as in male , but the head without any brand , except for a slightly gray area below the eyes ( difficult to observe ) .
The song has a strong structure and severe. The last notes are more spaced . Male and female singing , shaking his tail at the same time.
Hunting invertebrates among the foliage .
Occupies the upper riparian forests , dry forest and Cerrado . Rarely drops to less than three meters from the ground . It's easier to hear them than see them .
They live in pairs or small groups , occasionally in mixed flocks with other species of small insectivorous Cup .
Occurs in the states of Bahia , Goiás , Maranhão , Mato Grosso , Mato Grosso do Sul , Minas Gerais, Paraná , Piauí , Rondônia , São Paulo , Tocantins and the Federal District .
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- [2013-10-06 4:22]
Excellent photo of this antwren. Fantastic sharpness, details and beauitful natural colours. Nice eye contact. I got a lot of bird photos from my last trip to your beautiful country. This one I have missed.
This is a wonderful image in great clarity. A real pleasure to view.
Excellent catch,nice plumage details and very good PoV.
- [2013-10-06 15:34]
Hi Paulo,magnificent capture of this interesting specie whit the usual spectacular quality of details and colors,i like it!Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
照的清晰 很漂亮的鳥 捕捉的角度很棒也很優美