Cyphorhinus salvini Sharpe, 1881

Bocalini, Fernanda & Silveira, Luís Fábio, 2016, A taxonomic revision of the Musician Wren, Cyphorhinus arada (Aves, Troglodytidae), reveals the existence of six valid species endemic to the Amazon basin, Zootaxa 4193 (3), pp. 541-564: 553

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http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4193.3.5

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scientific name

Cyphorhinus salvini Sharpe, 1881
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Cyphorhinus salvini Sharpe, 1881 

English name: Grey-eared Wren

Portuguese name: Uirapuru-de-orelha-cinza

Type-locality: Río Napo, Ecuador. 

Diagnosis: similar to C. modulator  , but with dark grayish brown (M 10YR 4/2) auriculars and Cinnamon- Brown (S 7YR 4/4) sides to the neck.

Voice: similar to C. modulator  with a variety of complex phrases, each with a high number of notes (9–17), long duration (3– 4.5 s), fast pace (4–6 notes/s), lower mean maximum (2874 Hz), minimum (631 Hz) and peak frequencies (2097 Hz). Each phrase is repeated several times before changing to the next.

Distribution: between the Rio Marañón and Río Caquetá in southwestern Colombia, eastern Ecuador and northeastern Peru ( Figure 4View FIGURE 4).