Turdus albicollis (bird)

Mass: 54.0 g

Diet: frugivore based on Stouffer and Bierregaard Jr 2007; frugivore-insectivore based on Verea and Solórzano 2001 and Wunderle Jr et al. 2006; insectivore-frugivore based on Armacost Jr 2006 and Vecchi and Alves 2015; omnivore based on Canaday 1997, dos Anjos and Boçon 1999, Anciães and Marini 2000, Henriques et al. 2003, Ribon et al. 2003, Beja et al. 2010, Teles and Dias 2010, and Casas et al. 2016

Abundance: 0.16 to 17.42% (median 1.51%)

Latitudinal range: -23.7° to 10.4°

Habitats: tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (3), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (16)

Found in 19 samples

Bolivia: Noel Kempff Mercado National Park

Brazil: Tapajós National Forest (gap), Tapajós National Forest (forest), Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project Site KM41, São Paulo Metropolitan Area, Jarí Celulose S.A. (terra firme, control), Jaú National Park (near stream), Jaú National Park (plateau), Reserva Florestal do Morro Grande, Ilha Grande (vertically-mobile nets), Ilha Grande (ground level nets), Jutaituba, Lago Amaña (terra firme, wet season), Lago Amaña (terra firme, dry season)

Colombia: Mirití Paraná River

Ecuador: Tiputini Biodiversity Station (Harpia, 2001)

Venezuela: Pico Guacamaya, Paso de Portachuelo, Imataca Forest Reserve Unit 5

Size measurements:
54 mm(N = 1)based on

See also Turdus, Turdus abyssinicus, Turdus amaurochalinus, Turdus assimilis, Turdus atrogularis, Turdus cardis, Turdus chiguanco, Turdus chrysolaus, Turdus eunomus, Turdus falklandii, Turdus flavipes, Turdus fumigatus, Turdus fuscater, Turdus grayi, Turdus gurneyi, Turdus hortulorum, Turdus ignobilis, Turdus iliacus, Turdus lawrencii, Turdus leucomelas, Turdus leucops, Turdus libonyana, Turdus merula, Turdus migratorius, Turdus naumanni, Turdus nigriceps, Turdus nudigenis, Turdus obscurus, Turdus obsoletus, Turdus olivaceus, Turdus olivater, Turdus pallidus, Turdus pelios, Turdus philomelos, Turdus pilaris, Turdus plebejus, Turdus plumbeus, Turdus poliocephalus, Turdus rubrocanus, Turdus rufiventris, Turdus rufopalliatus, Turdus serranus, Turdus sp., Turdus subalaris, Turdus torquatus, Turdus viscivorus