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Black-necked Red-Cotinga

Phoenicircus nigricollis

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Spectacular blackish and red cotinga; in females the black is replaced by olive-green and the red is paler. Occurs from middle levels to the subcanopy of the interior of tall humid forests. May be found at fruiting trees. Commonest call is a loud, somewhat nasal “whea,” often preceded by a whistling wing whirr, typically performed in a lek together with several other males.

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