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of something having a dusky brownish grey color


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Forewing fuscous grey; costal area ochreous, suffused with fulvous; a costal spot beyond middle, with an obscure obliquely curved fuscous band from the spot to inner margin; inner margin narrowly ochreous, termen obtuse.
Species restricted to this habitat in the region, many of which have been classified as river island specialists (Rosenberg 1990), included Black-banded Crake (Anurolimnas fasciatus), Festive Parrot (Amazona festiva), Lesser Hornero (Furnarius minor), White-bellied (Synallaxis propinqua) and Parker's (Cranioleuca vulpecula) spinetails, Castelnau's Antshrike (Thamnophilus cryptoleucus), Black-and-white Antbird (Myrmochanes hypoleucus), Spotted Tody-Flycatcher (Todirostrum maculatum), River Tyrannulet (Serpophaga hypoleuca), Lesser Wagtail-Tyrant (Stigmatura napensis), Spotted Tody-Flycatcher (Todirostrum maculatum), one subspecies of Fuscous Flycatcher (Cnemotriccus fuscatus fuscatior), and Riverside Tyrant (Knipolegus orenocensis).
3 of clypeus, tegula and legs yellow-brown; hind leg with coxa and femur predominantly brown, tibia fuscous basally and apically, with broad and pale sub-basal band, tarsus infuscate.
Legs: blackish with yellowish and fuscous areas; coxae dull yellowish, brownish basally, blackish apically; trochanters blackish; profemur fuscous, slightly tinged with yellow on inner surface; mesofemur fuscous with distinct, yellow spots surrounding trichobothrial areas; basal two thirds of protibia fuscous, apex blackish; metatibia narrowly fuscous basally, remainder of metatibia blackish; tarsomere I and basal one fourth of tarsomere II whitish to yellowish, remainder of tarsus fuscous.
Female: COLORATION: Similar to male in color and size, except for base of first antennal segment lutescent, frons with fuscous mark and sides of collar black.
The new species has grayish fuscous forewings similar to species of Wockia and Spiladarcha, but the forewings are narrower than in the latter two genera.
Pronotum: Pale green to pale straw colored, with double longitudinal fuscous line medially and single longitudinal black line on each side between lateral margin and midline; mesoscutum and scutellum pale greenish yellow to straw colored, with continuation of dark medial and lateral lines from pronotum; posterolateral area of mesoscutum dark, lateral lines mark lateral margin of scutellum; propleuron dark anterior of coxal cleft and pale yellow to straw colored, with variable broad slightly dusky to dark brown medial.
atricaudus Dwarf Tyranneutes Tyranneutes stolzmanni Cinnamon Neopipo Neopipo cinnamomea Fuscous Flycatcher Cnemotriccus fuscatus Euler's Flycatcher Lathrotriccus euleri Western Wood Pewee Contopus sordidulus Eastern Wood Pewee C.
Frons about as long as broad, forewings with two black elongate spots near bases of sutural margins, nodal line marked with several fuscous spots T.
Head: Uniformly red; clypeus with fuscous highlighting; bucculae and adjacent gula region yellow; occipital region red.
4) dark ochraceous with symmetrical black markings, irons more ochraceous, antennal bases yellow, flagellum fuscous, eyes dark brown, somewhere reddish brown, clypellus and lora black.
Antenna: Segment I pale brownish yellow, with basal third dark brown to fuscous; segment II pale brownish yellow, becoming dark brown to fuscous on distal half; segments III and IV dark brown, with only the base of III pale brownish yellow.
All coxae and femora dark brown; basal part of each coxa and apical half of each femur yellowish or reddish brown; all tibiae brown, with fuscous spots at bases of dark spines; tarsi pale brown.