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Long-tailed Sylph (female)
Long-tailed Sylph (Aglaiocercus kingii subsp. mocoa) Female, species sexually dimorphic. Amazonas, Abra Patricia Reserve, Owlet Lodge, Per. Tropical humid montane forest (cloud forest) at 2,310 m (7,579 ft) elevation, eastern-slope of the Andes.
Habitat
Tropical humid montane forest (cloud forest) at 2,310 m (7,579 ft) elevation, eastern-slope of the Andes.
Location
Amazonas, Abra Patricia Reserve, Owlet Lodge, Per
Date taken
January 2017
Scientific name
Aglaiocercus kingii
Equipment used
Canon
Supporter
So no long tail for the female.

A beautiful image of this female Stanley and so nicely captured.
 
Opus Editor
Supporter
Three fabulous images, Stanley ... wonderful info ... great work ... tfs ...
 
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Opus Editor
Supporter
She's so pretty too, isn't she!!

A super picture Stanley - many thanks for showing her to us my friend.
 
Supporter
She might not have his long tail but she can still give her other half a run for his money in the beauty stakes! A superb image Stanley, and as always a joy to see both sexes!

Chris
 

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Central & South America & Mexico
Added by
Stanley Jones
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