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Cherry-throated Tanager

Nemosia rourei

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Striking, fairly small tanager with a black-and-gray back and white underparts contrasting with a bright red throat. Note the yellow eyes. Inhabits the canopy of humid forest, where it forages in bromeliads and usually accompanies mixed-species flocks. Has a sharp nasal call: “péuuu, péuuu-see’ee.” Extremely rare, known from only a few forest patches.

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