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Sítio Espinheiro Negro
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Black-legged Dacnis

Dacnis nigripes

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Small and restless, rare tanager with a thin pointed bill. Found at humid lowland forest edges and clearings. Males are mostly blue with a black mask, chin, back, and tail. Similar to Blue Dacnis, but with black (not pink) legs and less black in the wings. Females are quite uniformly buff-gray below and darker brown above without prominent field marks.

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