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Alternative name: Olive-tufted Flycatcher
Dark olive face, upperparts and flanks, light underparts, a large dark bill and a short tail. The song is a whistled quick-three beers. The call is a rapid pip pip pip.
3 eggs are laid in a shallow open cup nest placed on a horizontal tree branch. The male defends a large area around the nesting territory. Both parents feed the young birds.
The diet includes insects caught in flight.
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