Next was Eye-ringed Flatbill. I didn't manage a great pic of it in profile; it was another one of those birds that liked to move around rapidly in shadow too dark for reliable auto-focus, but it was just as big-headed in life as this pic suggests.
We had a small mixed group that had Tawny-crowned Greenlet, a moulting Dusky Antbird that threw us for a bit, some more Chestnut-backed Antbirds as well as 2 birds somewhat antswarm associated, Tawny-winged Woodcreeper ...
We then spent some time sitting next to a shallow little stream where some of the forest interior birds would come to bathe in the late afternoon dark. Here's a female
The only Bicolored Antbirds of the trip worked the edges methodically as well.
We had our best look at another deep interior forest floor bird, a Ruddy Quail-dove lit up in the flashlight. We'd seen 2 others but none in the open.
One the way out we heard a few Streak-chested Antpittas, the 2nd species I've heard. I've not seen one though. That may have to be a focus on the next trip.