Tinamus osgoodi Conover, 1949, Curzo, Peru. Two subspecies.
OTHER COMMON NAMES
French: Tinamou noir; German: Schwartztinamu; Spanish: Tinamú Negro.
17 in (43 cm). Females are slightly larger. Sooty brown belly; vent is chestnut with black speckling.
Known only from two restricted and widely separated localities-
The call is a simple, descending whistle.
FEEDING ECOLOGY AND DIET
The only nest found was on the ground and contained two glossy blue eggs.
Vulnerable. Threatened by habitat destruction.
SIGNIFICANCE TO HUMANS