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Myiozetetes cayanensis

Rusty-margined Flycatcher

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Containing group: Myiozetetes

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Scientific Name Myiozetetes cayanensis rufipennis
Location El Blanquito Lagoon, Yacambu Nacional Park, Lara State, western Venezuela
Comments Los atrapamoscas llamados pecho amarillo, tanto la especie de la foto como el pitirre copete rojo y el cristofué, son asimismo muy comunes en el parque, donde se les puede ver alternativamente perchados tranquilamente o bien interactuando alborotadamente.
Specimen Condition Live Specimen
Source 16 - Atrapamoscas pecho amarillo [Rusty-margined Flycatcher] (Myiozetetes cayenensis rufipennis)
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