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Black-throated Tody-Tyrant

Hemitriccus granadensis

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Small flycatcher found in the Andes from Venezuela to Bolivia. Overall drab olive above and pale grayish below, with distinctive black upper throat and buffy or whitish lores. Singles or pairs forage at low levels in scrubby forest edge, sometimes following mixed-species flocks. Occurs from around 1,500-3,000m.

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