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Antillean Mango

Anthracothorax dominicus

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A large hummingbird of forest openings, scrubland, coffee plantations, and gardens. Note that the male is largely green above and black below, with the green of the throat not bleeding into the black chest. Within its range, only Green Mango and Green-throated Carib share this species’ size, shape, and overall color. The green throat of the carib, however, extends onto the chest, while the Green Mango is entirely green below. Female Antillean Mango is green above and dull white below, best separated from the similar female Puerto Rican and Hispaniolan emeralds by its long down-curved bill. Call is a loud, high “tsit.”

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