Berlepsch's Tinamou Crypturellus berlepschi
Version: 1.0 — Published February 28, 2014
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Berlepsch's Tinamou forages on the ground, but otherwise the behavior of this species is very poorly known. As is typical of most species of forest-inhabiting tinamous, Berlepsch's Tinamou is secretive and rarely seen.
There are no published data on territorial defense, maintenance, or fidelity for Berlepsch’s Tinamou.
Undescribed for Berlepsch's Tinamou. From what is known of the breeding system of other species, "the general rule among tinamous is simultaneous polygyny for males and sequential polyandry for females" (Cabot 1992).
Social and interspecific behavior
Little known, but apparently Berlepsch's Tinamou is solitary (Ridgely and Greenfield 2001b).
No reports of predation on Berlepsch's Tinamou?