Valle Real, Mexico.
Until recently, generally considered to include A. wagleri, A. caeruleogularis, A. albivitta, A. cyanolaemus and A. atrogularis, but combination of morphological and genetic evidence suggests that the 14 taxa in the A. prasinus complex can be broken down into at least six species, as here; see under A. wagleri and A. caeruleogularis and A. albivitta for points of divergence from present species. Proposed races chiapensis (SE Mexico) and stenorhabdus (W Guatemala, N El Salvador) considered synonymous with virescens, probably exhibiting only clinal differences. Four subspecies currently recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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