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The Short Tailed Pygmy Tyrant Fly catcher

The Short Tailed Pygmy Tyrant Fly catcher (Myiornis ecaudatus)

Another super small and quick flycatcher from the Amazon region. Shot around Lake Sandoval, Tambopata, Peru.
Amazon Rain Forests
Lake Sandoval, Peru
Date taken
23 June 2018
Scientific name
Myiornis ecaudatus
Equipment used
Canon 1DX MII, Canon 400f2.8 with 2X Extender
This is simply gorgeous!

Such a beautifully detailed closeup of this aptly named Flycatcher.
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Opus Editor
LOL he really does have a short tail, doesn't he!!!

What a lovely wee flycatcher this one is.... far too sweet and innocent looking to be classed as a 'tyrant' surely!!;)

A super picture you've taken of him Shreyas, and in a lovely pose too. Very well done and many thanks for showing him to us.

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