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Pale Blue Flycatcher

Cyornis unicolor

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A rather large flycatcher, usually found sitting still on a branch in the middle levels of dense forests. Male is pale blue overall with a pale gray belly. Immature Verditer Flycatcher can be similar, but is a greener shade of blue, has a pale eyering, and shows pale barring on the vent. Female Pale Blue Flycatcher is gray-brown with a white throat and belly and a slight ruddy tint to the tail; her general lack of warm coloration and size help distinguish her from other female flycatchers.

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