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Blue-rumped Manakin

Lepidothrix isidorei

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Small manakin found in cloud forest along the east slope of the Andes. Male is black with a white crown and blue rump; rump is paler in the southernmost part of its range. Female is mostly green but a bit yellower on face and belly. Apart from his blue rump, which is not always conspicuous, male is quite similar to male White-crowned Manakin. Female is very similar to female Blue-crowned Manakin but is yellower on the face. Usually found alone, but several may congregate at a fruiting tree. Calls include an inflected chirp and a high-pitched, rising “see?.”

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