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Passeriformes > Tyrannidae

Euler's Flycatcher

Lathrotriccus euleri

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Medium-sized flycatcher found in the understory and borders of humid forests. Note two conspicuous buffy wingbars framed with black and contrasting with a brown back, a gray-brown breast, and a buff belly. The lower mandible is paler than the upper. Similar to Fuscous Flycatcher, but without a prominent eyebrow. The song is a sharp “tjew-pew,” with more emphasis on the first note.

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