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streak-chested antpitta or spectacled antpitta, Hylopezus perspicillatus, is a species...

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Caption: streak-chested antpitta or spectacled antpitta, Hylopezus perspicillatus, is a species in the Grallariidae family. It is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical mature moist lowland forests. Altos de Maria, a high altitude development several thousand feet above El Valle, is an excellent birding area with a water impoundment and nature trails. Panama, Central America, AntpittaSc9081czhs.tif
Location: Altos de Maria, Panama
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