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Hema my friend :-) i skip your 5000th one,wow,beautiful series,well chosed for the occasion,great milestone,congrats on that,and thanks for sharing your awesome spotting page
Alos ,could this be Male Allens due to the green on the head. unfortunately,we cannot see the nape on this one
Thanks s o much Joshua! I was also thinking of Allen's So much similarity! I am delighted however to see a new one! What is the main distinguishing feature? Also should I also expect to see Ruby throated. Conclusively, I think Annas Rock! They truly are shimmering jewels!!
Congrats on 5,000!
Lat: 37.98, Long: -122.03
Spotted on May 1, 2015 Submitted on May 1, 2015