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Satin Flycatcher.

Satin Flycatcher.

Johnson's Tody-Flycatcher Poecilotriccus luluae Owlet Lodge, Abra Patricia, Amazonas region, Peru. This species is restricted to a small area of northern Peru south of the Marañon. It is very similar to the nominate race of the previous species, and a strong argument can be made that luluae should be lumped with ruficeps. Vocally they are virtually the same.

Johnson's Tody-Flycatcher Poecilotriccus luluae Owlet Lodge, Abra Patricia, Amazonas region, Peru. This species is restricted to a small area of northern Peru south of the Marañon. It is very similar to the nominate race of the previous species, and a strong argument can be made that luluae should be lumped with ruficeps. Vocally they are virtually the same.

Eared Pygmy-Tyrant Myiornis auricularis auricularis Sumidouro, Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil. A miniscule (7.5 cm) and very cute species endemic to the Atlantic Rainforest region.

Eared Pygmy-Tyrant Myiornis auricularis auricularis Sumidouro, Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil. A miniscule (7.5 cm) and very cute species endemic to the Atlantic Rainforest region.

Ochraceous Attila (Attila torridus) Almost endemic to western Ecuador, barely reaching NW Peru & SW Colombia. It is most common in localized patches of humid forest in the otherwise rather dry western & southwestern parts of the country.

Ochraceous Attila (Attila torridus) Almost endemic to western Ecuador, barely reaching NW Peru & SW Colombia. It is most common in localized patches of humid forest in the otherwise rather dry western & southwestern parts of the country.

Plumbeous black tyrant  (Knipolegus cabanisi) Male. Formerly called Andean Tyrant before a recent split. It inhabits montane forest from southern Peru south to northwestern Argentina.

Plumbeous black tyrant (Knipolegus cabanisi) Male. Formerly called Andean Tyrant before a recent split. It inhabits montane forest from southern Peru south to northwestern Argentina.

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