The Silvery-throated Spinetail (Synallaxis subpudica) is a species of bird in the family Furnariidae and the order Passeriformes.
It measures around 19 centimeters; this species is endemic to the eastern Andes of Colombia.
Both similar sexes. It has dark brown iris, grey legs and bill with blackish gray upper mandible and grey lower. It has grayish brown forehead, crown and rufous chestnut, back and brown uppertails covers, chestnut wing covers, brown remiges with the distal portion paler and tail longer a little darker than the back and with the distal portion with the bearded appearance.
His face is greyish brown, has a thin and dark streak behind the eye, gray throat with blackish lower center, greyish brown lower parts dyed olive and paler belly. The young individual has no brown top.
This species is endemic to the eastern Andes of Colombia where it is distributed from 1200 to 3200 m above sea level from the north of the department of Boyacá to the south to the department of Cundinamarca at the height of Bogotá.
It lives in humid montane forests, secondary forests and scrub. It uses forest edges, dense and clear undergrowth in regeneration.