“Probably Long Island”, Bahamas.
Sometimes separated, along with Calliphlox bryantae and Calliphlox mitchellii, in genus Philodice; in older works also separated in Nesophlox, alone or occasionally with Calliphlox bryantae. Has been demonstrated that present species and N. evelynae fall within a clade that also includes Mellisuga and Archilochus#R. Recently awarded species status from N. evelynae based on morphology (especially male plumage), calls, song, courtship display and genetic data#R. Monotypic.
Great and Little Inagua (Inagua Is), in S Bahamas.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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