Data for:
Brazil
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Passeriformes > Thraupidae

Gilt-edged Tanager

Tangara cyanoventris

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Small and brightly colored tanager found in the canopy and subcanopy of montane forests and second growth. Usually in pairs or small groups and often accompanies mixed-species flocks. It has a bright unstreaked yellow head, a heavily streaked yellow back, and a black forehead and throat. It is blue below with green wings and tail. The call is a high-pitched “psii.”

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