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The Streaked Flycatcher (Myiodynastes maculatus) is a widespread inhabitant of evergreen and open second growth forest from southeastern Mexico to south to Argentina. As its name implies, the Streaked Flycatcher has streaking across most of its back and underparts, along with a cinnamon tail and crown. The upperparts are brown with darker brown streaks on the back, rufous and white edges on the wings, and wide chestnut edges on the rump and tail. It has yellowish-white underparts streaked with brown. The head is brown with a concealed yellow crown patch, white supercilium and dusky eye mask.
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