occupies a restricted range in north Peru
, principally in the upper Marañón valley (Cajamarca and Amazonas), and regularly at one site in La Libertad2
, with one record from Piura. There are also recent sight records in extreme south-east Ecuador3,5
. It is generally relatively uncommon, but scarce in heavily populated areas in the north of its range, and relatively common in a comparatively inaccessible area near Balsas (upper río Marañón) in 1975 and 1999, and on the río Comboca, in the south Cordillera de Colán in 19944,7,9
. Recent surveys of the Cordillera de Colán, Amazonas, suggest it is tolerant of some forest degradation2
, but this threat must be causing a population decline.
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