French: Chlorospin du Tacarcuna German: Tacarcuna-Grünammer Spanish: Clorospingo del Tacarcuna
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Mount Tacarcuna, east slope, eastern Panama
Foothills and highlands of E Panama (from Cerros Jefe and Azul E to Cerros Mali and Tacarcuna), and slopes of Cerro Tacarcuna in adjacent Colombia (NW Chocó).
13 cm; male 18·2–20 g, one female 17·8 g. Head and upperparts, including upperwing-coverts, olive, bend of wing pale yellow; flight-feathers dusky, outer feathers edged... read more
Most distinctive call, during foraging, a penetrating and forceful “tseeeu!”, descending slightly;... read more
Humid forest and forest borders, including low, wet elfin forest in mountains; at 850–1000 m in C... read more
Food and feeding
Stomach contents include small green caterpillars and chitinous insect parts. Forages in pairs or small groups, often with other species in... read more
Female carrying nest material in Feb (Darién) and pair building nest in mid-Apr in Panamá (Cerro Jefe, 859 m). On Cerro Jefe, both members... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Darién Highlands EBA. Fairly common very locally in E Panama. Deforestation a threat within the range of the two... read more
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