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Unique antbird in the Biatas genera, with 7,1 inches (18 cm). The female is brown with a rufous crest; presents white supercilium and a white collar, resembling the White-collared Foliage-gleaner, and the male differs by presenting a black crest and a black throat.
The White-bearded Antshrike inhabits bamboo patches along the Atlantic Forest in Brazil and Argentina.
Is threatened to extinction due habitat loss and forest fragmentation. Vulnerable according IUCN.