French: Colibri de Hartert German: Hartertkolibri Spanish: Colibrí colipinto peruano
Berlepsch and Stolzmann
E slope of Andes in C & SE Peru (S Huánuco, Pasco, Cuzco, Puno).
7·2–7·5 cm; 2·2–2·7 g. Sexes alike. Short straight black bill; upperparts green; throat and centres of breast and belly white, rest... read more
Generally considered to be very similar to that of P. hemileucurus, i.e. a shrill, thin... read more
Forest and secondary growth in Andean foothills at 750–1500 m, most numerous around 1000 m.... read more
Food and feeding
Nectar of flowering epiphytes, shrubs and small trees, such as Rubiaceae, Ericaceae, or Gesneriaceae. Nectar is consumed while clinging to... read more
Sedentary, but altitudinal dispersal likely.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. CITES II. Currently considered Near Threatened. Restricted-range species, although overall distribution is variously calculated at 33,300 km2 and 18,... read more
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