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Bahia, Brazil
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Passeriformes > Pipridae

Swallow-tailed Manakin

Chiroxiphia caudata

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A very common inhabitant of humid forests. Small chunky manakin with elongated central tail feathers. Males are unmistakable with their blue bodies, black wings and head, and red crown. Females are uniformly green with a dark eye and pale legs and bill. Very noisy at the display lek where males can be heard from a long way off delivering soft “kua-a-a-a” notes.

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