A Nest of the White-plumed Antbird (Pithys albifrons) in Surinam

White-plumed Antbird (Pithys albifrons) Science Article 1

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The White-plumed Antbird (Pithys albifrons) is one of the birds that follows army ants in the undergrowth of northern South American forests. In Surinam, breeding records involve only collected specimens of young birds (Hayerschmidt 1968, Birds of Surinam, edinburgh-London, England, Oliver and Boyd, p. 267). Nest and eggs of this species have been reported once in Guyana by Willis (1972, Auk 89:192).

JOHAN INGELS, The Auk 97(2):407-408

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