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Ruby-crowned Tanager

Tachyphonus coronatus

ML201862441

IBC1563565

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Robert Humphries
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NULL (-25.8594, -53.9608)
General Manuel Belgrano, Misiones, Argentina
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Latitude and Longitude -25.8594, -53.9608 Map

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A male Ruby-crowned Tanager perching and preening. The Ruby-crowned Tanager (Tachyphonus coronatus) is found in open woodlands and forest edges from the southern Atlantic coast of Brazil south to northern Argentina and west to Paraguay. The all-black male has a concealed crest that is raised when displaying. This male was perching and preeningat the edge of a clearing in the Karadya Birding Lodge and Reserve in northern Argentina. Elevation: 400 m. Date added to IBC: February 20, 2019.

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