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Cabañas San Isidro
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Passeriformes > Thraupidae

Lacrimose Mountain-Tanager

Anisognathus lacrymosus

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A distinctive mountain-tanager with tawny-orange underparts and isolated yellowish patches on cheek and below eye. Otherwise mostly blackish above with blue highlights on wings and tail. Occurs in the Andes from Venezuela to Peru, where it is fairly common in the upper subtropical and temperate zones. Pairs or small groups often follow mixed-species flocks in forested areas and edges.

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