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Green-crowned Woodnymph Hummingbird

Thalurania fannyi

Description:

Males have a green head and back, and a violet-blue "shoulder", forked tail and belly (underparts entirely green in males of the taxon hypochlora). Females have a green upperparts, blue or green "shoulder", a white-tipped dark blue tail, whitish throat, chest and vent, and dark grey to green belly (underparts entirely whitish in females of the taxon hypochlora).

Habitat:

Spotted at San Jorge Hummingbird Sanctuary, Milpe. (Rain forest)

Notes:

This is the female

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Stephen Wain
Spotted by
Stephen Wain

Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador

Spotted on May 7, 2018
Submitted on Jul 7, 2018

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