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House Wren - Curruíra

Troglodyte aedon

Description:

"Pequino" Brazilian House wren captured amongst the coconut palms on the Brazilian island of Ilhabela, Sao Paulo State. The subspecies vary greatly, with upperparts ranging from dull greyish-brown to rich rufescent-brown, and the underparts ranging from brown, over buff and pale grey, to pure white. All subspecies have blackish barring to the wings and tail, and some also to the flanks. All subspecies show a faint eye-ring and eyebrow and have a long, thin bill with a blackish upper mandible, and a black-tipped yellowish or pale grey lower mandible. The legs are pinkish or grey. The short tail is typically held cocked

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David_Reedman
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David_Reedman

SP, Brazil

Spotted on Jul 7, 2019
Submitted on Jul 10, 2019

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