Order: Passeriformes | Family: Thamnophilidae | IUCN Status: Least Concern
Age: Adult | Sex: Male | Loc. Madre de Dios, Peru
Age: Adult | Sex: Female | Loc. Madre de Dios, Peru
Age: Adult | Sex: Males | Loc. Cordillera Escalera, San Martin
Age: Adult | Sex: Male & Female| Loc. Madre de Dios, Peru
Status: The White-browed Antbird is fairly common and widespread in southern Amazonia but is largely absent from most of northern Amazonia. It is known to range up to 1400 m along the east slope of the Andes. The White-browed Antbird also occurs in Co, Ec, Br, and Bo.
Name in Spanish: Hormiguero de Ceja Blanca.
Sub-species: White-browed Antbird (Myrmoborus leucophrys koenigorum), O’Neill and T. A. Parker, 1997. C Peru (upper Huallaga Valley, in Huánuco).
(Myrmoborus leucophrys leucophrys), (Tschudi), 1844. extreme S Colombia (S of R Putumayo), E Ecuador (on or near E slope of Andes), E Peru (in N only on or near E slope and also E of R Ucayali), S Amazonian Brazil (E to R Madeira, also in Pará from both banks of R Tapajós E to R Tocantins, S to Acre, Rondônia and SW & N Mato Grosso) and NE Bolivia (Pando, La Paz, Beni, Cochabamba).
Meaning of Name: Myrmoborus: Gr. Murmos= ant and boros= devouring. leucophrys: Gr. Leukos= white and ophruos= eyebrow.