Brujo Flycatcher Pyrocephalus nanus

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Small, gorgeous flycatcher, endemic to the Galapagos Islands, where now rare and local. Unmistakable in range. Adult males have brilliant red underparts and crown with dark brown upperparts and mask behind eye. Females are brown above with a whitish throat and lemon-yellow underparts. Found in open forest and forest edge. Feeds on insects. Once considered conspecific with Vermilion Flycatcher.

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