The Streaked Saltator (Saltator striatipectus) is greenish above, with a noticeable white supercilium that ends right behind the eye. It is not particularly large billed for a saltator, but the bill is still sizable and black in colour. Below they are off-white with their distinctive streaks, absent from the throat but dense on the breast, belly and flanks. The Saltators were up until recently considered part of the Cardinal-Grosbeak family (Cardinalidae) but DNA data shows that they are in fact large billed tanagers. It is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guadeloupe, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela.