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The brown-banded antpitta (Grallaria milleri) – endemic to Colombia – is uniform dark brown with dingy white lores, throat and belly, forming broad, and a brown breast-band which gives it is name. It habits a tiny area within Colombia's Central Andes. It forages on, or close to the ground, picking prey from the ground or low foliage, often running or hopping for short distances. It generally stays in thick undergrowth but may also forage for short periods in more open areas.
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