The Rose-collared Piha (Lipaugus streptophorus) is found in humid forests in the Tepui highlands in south-eastern Venezuela, western Guyana and far northern Brazil in South America.
The male has a rosy collar for which this species is named.
The female looks like the Screaming Piha, but she has a cinnamon vent.
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