Local subspecies: nominate, distributed in N and E Brazil, Venezuela etc.
References: Hellmayr 1938
Figure 1. The individual on the photo is a male, as shown by the black pectoral band.
The Pectoral Sparrow can frequently be seen in the hills of Mãe-da-lua reserve, and is also common in humid forest, and even in semi-open situations (gardens in Guaramiranga) of Serra de Baturité, in Ceará.To top of page
Figure 2. The absence of the black pectoral band indicates that this Pectoral Sparrow is a female.To top of page