- Hemitriccus cinnamomeipectus
Upperside green to olive with white edges to tertials. It is bright cinnamon on breast and throat, as well as on eye-ring and lores, somewhat duller on auriculars. Lower breast and belly is yellow, washed olive on the flanks.
In stunted forest usually on poor soil, this species usually inhabits dense shrubby undergrowth. Found at elevations of 1700-2200 m asl.
Mostly solitary or found in pairs.
Presumably feeds on insects which for one bird was described as being caught while gleaning.
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