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Tié - sangue

Ramphocelus bresilius


Ave sul-americana passeriforme da família dos traupídeos reconhecida pela beleza de sua plumagem vermelha. O tiê-sangue é frugívoro e pesa cerca de 31g e mede 19 cm de comprimento.


Varia de incomum a localmente comum em capoeiras baixas, bordas de florestas, restingas e plantações, às vezes também em parques e praças de cidades.

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hillsofhome 9 years ago

I hope you'll share more photos of "your" tanager!

Mary Ayumi
Mary Ayumi 9 years ago

Thanks !! ^^ Really, I didn't know these two species Scarlet Tanager, Piranga olivacea ... yes they must be cousins. I just have luck this one was eating so it was easier to take this photo

hillsofhome 9 years ago

How beautiful! Here in the Appalachian mountains of VA, we have Scarlet Tanagers, Piranga olivacea, who must be close cousins of this Brazilian tanager. I have never been fortunate enough to get a photo of our tanagers; they are quite shy.

Arun 9 years ago

Nice spotting !!

Maria dB
Maria dB 9 years ago

Stunning bird!

Gerardo Aizpuru
Gerardo Aizpuru 9 years ago


Mary Ayumi
Mary Ayumi 9 years ago


harsuame 9 years ago

Grandiosa ave muy bella

Mary Ayumi
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Mary Ayumi

Ilha Comprida, São Paulo, Brazil

Spotted on Jan 13, 2012
Submitted on Mar 28, 2012

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