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RN Cauquitá
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Passeriformes > Tyrannidae

Apical Flycatcher

Myiarchus apicalis

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Identification

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Medium-sized, dull flycatcher without many distinguishing features; typical of the genus Myiarchus. This species is restricted to Colombia, where it is found in dry woodland and scrubby habitat below 1700m. Generally brownish above with pale gray throat fading to lemon yellow belly. Crown is fairly dark brown. Look especially for the pale tips on the tail feathers to separate from similar species. Listen for dry ‘whit’ calls.

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