|Image||Scientific name||Common Name||Distribution|
|Tijuca atra||Black-and-gold cotinga||Serra do Mar in south-eastern Brazil|
|Tijuca condita||Grey-winged cotinga||Serra dos Órgãos and Serra do Tinguá in Rio de Janeiro State of Brazil|
They are fairly large cotingas, 24–26.5 centimetres long. The grey-winged cotinga and female black-and-gold cotinga are mainly olive, while the male black-and-gold cotinga is mostly black with a yellow wing-speculum. They have high-pitched, whistling calls.
- BirdLife International (2007) Species factsheet: Tijuca condita. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 15/8/2007.
- Snow, David W. & Goodwin, Derek (1974) "The Black-and-gold Cotinga", Auk (91) 360–369.
- Souza, Deodato (2002) All the Birds of Brazil: An Identification Guide, Dall.
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