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Chrysothlypsis
File:Chrysothlypis salmoni & Bangsia rothschildi 1897.jpg
Scarlet-and-white tanager (Chrysothlypis salmoni) above
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Unrecognized taxon (fix): Chrysothlypis
Species

Chrysothlypis chrysomelas
Chrysothlypis salmoni

Chrysothlypis is a small genus of tanagers found in humid forests of southern Central America and the Chocó in South America. The males of these small birds are strikingly yellow and black or red and white, while the females are much duller.

Species list

Image Scientific name Common Name Distribution
120px Chrysothlypis chrysomelas Black-and-yellow tanagerCosta Rica and Panama
120px Chrysothlypis salmoni Scarlet-and-white tanager Colombia and northern Ecuador.




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