Pixoxó CORNER CIDER
The pixoxó is a passerine bird in the Emberizidae family. Also known as Chanchao, Xexéu (Santa Catarina), catatau, Chacha and Crackler. Is becoming increasingly rare in nature because of the catch for caging, due to its corner.
It measures 14cm. in length. Most representative of the genre. Its differential is pronounced malar region. There is much variation in color, apparently due to age. Violent corner, a kind of whip. Females are similar to males but more greenish and without post-ocular white stripe.
Each litter is generally between 2 and 3 eggs having 2 to 4 litters per season. The chicks hatch after 13 days.