|Aliases||Formerly mistaken for the Alagoas Goliage-gleaner|
|Environment||Humid forests of northeast Brazil|
|Discovered||Before 2007 (formally described in 2014)|
|Discoverer||Mazar Barnett & Buzzetti|
|Reproduction||Sexual; lays eggs|
|Distinctive Features||Able to be misidentified as an Alagoas Goliage-gleaner|
Discovery after extinctionEdit
The species was described from a specimen in 2014 that had previously been misidentified as an Alagoas Foliage-gleaner; despite this the species was actually last seen in the wild 7 years earlier in 2007. The IUCN classified the species as being critically endangered in 2018 but this was progressed to being officially extinct 2019, the same year that the Alagoas Foliage-gleaner was determined to also be extinct.