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Passerini’s Tanager (Ramphocelus passerinii) female
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コシアカフウキンチョウ Passerini's Tanager, Scarlet-rumped Tanager (Ramphocelus passerinii) female
コシアカフウキンチョウ Passerini's Tanager, Scarlet-rumped Tanager (Ramphocelus passerinii) female
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Masked Crimson Tanager (photo by doug j)

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Rufous-browed Hemispingus (Hemispingus rufosuperciliaris) Hemispingus are a diverse group of small, largely insectivorous Andean tanagers. Rufous-browed Hemispingus is a large hemispingus with slaty upperparts, a broad tawny rufous, supercilium and slightly paler tawny rufous underparts.
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The Rufous-browed Hemispingus has slaty gray upperparts and head. The broad superciliary, throat, breast, and center of belly are bright rufous.

Rufous-browed Hemispingus (Hemispingus rufosuperciliaris) Hemispingus are a diverse group of small, largely insectivorous Andean tanagers. Rufous-browed Hemispingus is a large hemispingus with slaty upperparts, a broad tawny rufous, supercilium and slightly paler tawny rufous underparts.

Rufous-browed Hemispingus (Hemispingus rufosuperciliaris) Hemispingus are a diverse group of small, largely insectivorous Andean tanagers. Rufous-browed Hemispingus is a large hemispingus with slaty upperparts, a broad tawny rufous, supercilium and slightly paler tawny rufous underparts.
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Oleaginous Hemispingus (Hemispingus frontalis) is a rather dull-colored member of its genus, predominantly dull yellow below and olive-green above, with a poorly marked yellowish supercilium, although this is more obvious in the Venezuelan races, especially those farthest from the main Andean chain.
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Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive series is the first work ever to illustrate and deal in detail with all the living species of birds.

Oleaginous Hemispingus (Hemispingus frontalis) is a rather dull-colored member of its genus, predominantly dull yellow below and olive-green above, with a poorly marked yellowish supercilium, although this is more obvious in the Venezuelan races, especially those farthest from the main Andean chain.

Oleaginous Hemispingus (Hemispingus frontalis) is a rather dull-colored member of its genus, predominantly dull yellow below and olive-green above, with a poorly marked yellowish supercilium, although this is more obvious in the Venezuelan races, especially those farthest from the main Andean chain.
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Oleaginous Hemispingus (Hemispingus frontalis) is a rather dull-colored member of its genus, predominantly dull yellow below and olive-green above, with a poorly marked yellowish supercilium, although this is more obvious in the Venezuelan races, especially those farthest from the main Andean chain.
Oleaginous Hemispingus (Hemispingus frontalis) is a rather dull-colored member of its genus, predominantly dull yellow below and olive-green above, with a poorly marked yellowish supercilium, although this is more obvious in the Venezuelan races, especially those farthest from the main Andean chain.
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