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Long-tailed sylph

Aglaiocerrus kingi




1 species ID suggestions

Long-tailed Sylph
Aglaiocerrus kingi

38 Comments (1–25)

HazelMarley
HazelMarley 5 years ago

Love it

Mona Pirih
Mona Pirih 5 years ago

Spot on !!! Great photo !!

CostaBoyJack
CostaBoyJack 5 years ago

AMAZING PICTURE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

KarenL
KarenL 5 years ago

Fun fact! A hummingbird's brain is over 4% of its body weight, the largest proportion in the bird kingdom!

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Josh Asel
Josh Asel 6 years ago

absolutely gorgeous.

Dr.PonMalar
Dr.PonMalar 6 years ago

beautiful..

EmilyMarino
EmilyMarino 6 years ago

Stunningly beautiful photo of a gorgeous bird! Wow!

Ihazapughappy
Ihazapughappy 6 years ago

Wonderful spotting and beautiful bird.

KrantiAzad
KrantiAzad 6 years ago

very nice.........

Nayeli
Nayeli 6 years ago

Awesome capture!

Adarsha B S
Adarsha B S 6 years ago

Unbelievable capture....

KarenL
KarenL 6 years ago

Congratulations Sergei, this great capture is featured in the Project Noah blog today! http://blog.projectnoah.org/post/2891281...

Wow, look at the tail - beautiful!

achmmad
achmmad 6 years ago

Very beautiful!

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 6 years ago

I like to know how much small is this cute guy..

DoinaRussu
DoinaRussu 7 years ago

excellent!!

MarvinBerceno
MarvinBerceno 7 years ago

wonderful creature!!!

textless
textless 7 years ago

Beautiful!

Dave-a-roni
Dave-a-roni 7 years ago

:-)

Fantastic photo!

Ronald and Amissa
Ronald and Amissa 7 years ago

Frozen

SeanWeekly
SeanWeekly 7 years ago

WOW amazing capture!

Andy Mortlock
Andy Mortlock 7 years ago

Fantastic shot

Dangermouse
Dangermouse 7 years ago

Amazing photo! Great shot.

SheaEckert
SheaEckert 7 years ago

Wow.

Ambato, Tungurahua, Ecuador

Lat: -1.26, Long: -78.57

Spotted on Apr 17, 2011
Submitted on Apr 17, 2011

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