|A male white bellbird at Carajás National Forest, State of Pará, Brazil.|
The white bellbird (Procnias albus) is a species of bird in the family Cotingidae. The specific epithet is often spelled alba, but albus is correct due to the gender of genus. It is found in forests in the Guianas, with small numbers in Venezuela and Pará. Only the male is white; the female is overall olive with yellowish streaks below and resembles other bellbirds.
- Snow, D.W. (1982). The Cotingas: Bellbirds, Umbrella birds and their allies. British Museum Press. ISBN 0-19-858511-X
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