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Passeriformes > Tyrannidae

Marble-faced Bristle-Tyrant

Phylloscartes ophthalmicus

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Identification

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Small flycatcher found in foothill and subtropical forest from around 800-2200m. Grizzled face pattern with bold black and white crescent on cheek like some other bristle-tyrants and tyrannulets. Look for all dark bill and yellow wingbars to identify Marble-faced. Sexes alike. Found singly or in pairs, usually in lower to middle levels of forest, often following a mixed speices flock. Voice is also important: a descending sputter followed by a few rising “tseep!” notes.

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Neotropical Birds

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