Terenura spodioptila P.L. Sclater & Salvin, 1881. OTHER COMMON NAMES
French: Grisin spodioptile; German: Grauschwingen-Ameisenfänger; Spanish: TitacM Piojito.
Northern South America, including southern Venezuela, Guyana, southeastern Colombia, northeastern Ecuador, eastern Peru, and the northern Amazonian Brazil.
Up to 3,600 ft (1,100 m) in humid tropical forest and forest-edges, mostly in terra firme (or non-flooded) forest. Utilize higher parts of the canopy.
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