French: Tyranneau jaune-vert German: Panamalaubtyrann Spanish: Orejerito verdiamarillo
Panama Railroad, Panama
E Panama, mainly on Pacific slope, from Canal Zone E to Darién.
12 cm; 8 g. Plumage is olive above, crown same colour as back; supraloral region faintly grizzled whitish and connecting with prominent white eyering; lores and narrow... read more
Short, high “pweet!” or “ptwit!”, sometimes followed by short chatter of high, thin notes.
Montane evergreen forest, from 900 m to 2000 m, occasionally to borders of upper tropical forest,... read more
Food and feeding
Arthopods. Forages very actively in humid forest canopy, usually in mixed-species flocks. Perches horizontally, tail carried nearly... read more
No published information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to locally fairly common. Not well known. Regularly observed on Chiva Chiva road and at Madden Lake; possibly occurs also across Panama... read more
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