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Flycatcher There are many of these birds, there where four females around him. Geotagged,Mexico,Pyrocephalus rubinus,Scarlet flycatcher,Summer Click/tap to enlarge

Flycatcher

There are many of these birds, there where four females around him.

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The scarlet flycatcher or austral vermilion flycatcher is a species of flycatcher, closely related to the vermilion flycatcher. It is found in southeastern Bolivia and Brazil, Paraguay to Argentina and Uruguay. It is recognized as a species by some taxonomic authorities, including the International Ornithologists' Union. Others still consider it to be a subspecies of the vermilion flycatcher.

When Pieter Boddaert first described the scarlet flycatcher in 1783, from a specimen collected.. more

Similar species: Passerines
Species identified by enriquediaz
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Uploaded Jul 11, 2018. Captured Jul 11, 2018 12:42 in Av. Industrialización 1A, Alamos 2da Secc, 76160 Santiago de Querétaro, Qro., Mexico.
  • SM-G935F
  • f/1.7
  • 4.2mm