Whooping Motmot Momotus subrufescens
Version: 1.0 — Published April 15, 2011
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Diet and Foraging
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Little information. Probably primarily eats large arthropods, but is not strictly insectivorous. Wetmore (1968: 454) reported one stomach that contained "a large orthopteran and a scarabaeid beetle;" he also reported berries and lizards in the diet.