Its name refers to the superficial similarities to the "true" xenopses of the genus Xenops. Its bill is similarly up-curved, but with a total length of c. 16 cm (6 in), it is noticeably larger and overall bright cinnamon-rufous with a white throat. It is generally inconspicuous, typically foraging amongst foliage rather than on trunks.
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