The bicoloured antbird (Gymnopithys bicolor), one of four species of Gymnopithys antbirds, is dark brown with a white belly and grey and black facial markings. Found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama, the Bicolored Antbird inhabits the understory of lowland forests, ranging locally into the foothills. As well as eating ants, it feeds on insects, other arthropods, and small frogs and lizards.
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