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(Redirected from White-throated Shrike Tanager)
Male mostly yellow with black on head, wings, and tail. Female brown with pale throat and otherwise showing a shadow of the male pattern (darker where the male is black, paler where it is yellow).
Variation: male in the Caribbean parts of Costa Rica as described, but shows black rump and undertail coverts in the Pacific lowlands.
Four subspecies are recognized:
Has in the past been considered conspecific with Black-throated Shrike-Tanager and may form a superspecies with it.
Moist lowland forests in the Pacific, more likely to frequent foothills on the Caribbean side.
Feeds on arthropods and occasionally fruit.
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