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Includes Whitely's Toucanet
Mostly emerald green with white throat and blue facial skin. Bill maroon and black (variable proportions depending on subspecies), and tip of tail most often have a chestnut spot.
There are 4 subspecies:
An additional subspecies nigrirostris is not recognised by all authorities.
The last three subspecies has been proposed split to Whiteley's Toucanet (Aulacorhynchus whitelianus).
Moist lowland to montane forests.
Mostly occur in the canopy
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