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Vermilion Flycatcher (female)
Vermilion Flycatcher (Pyrocephalus rubinus subsp. rubinus) Female, species sexually dimorphic. South Wild, south of Pocon, Mato Grosso, Brazil. Riparian woods, scattered wetlands, and Cerrado adjacent to Pixaim River at ca. 128 m (420 ft) elevation.
Habitat
Riparian woods, scattered wetlands, and Cerrado adjacent to Pixaim River at ca. 128 m (420 ft) elevation.
Location
South Wild, south of Pocon, Mato Grosso, Brazil.
Date taken
August 2015
Scientific name
Pyrocephalus rubinus
Equipment used
Canon
Stunning detail and colours in this beautiful image, Stanley !!! Thanks for sharing.
 
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She's so pretty Stanley!!!

What a great picture you've taken of her my friend. You must be real proud of that shot. I love that head tilt towards the camera.

Very well done laddie.
 
Superb close up shot of this beautiful lady, Stanley!!! tfs. Only the vermilion bindi(marking as worn by Indian women on the forehead) is missing!! Lol.
 
Very well taken and done , sharp and clear , good exposure and lighting , lovely bird , many TFS Stanley ;)

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Isn't she lovely, Stanley! A very nicely posed portrait in a lovely setting too.
 
Brilliantly captured Stanley. A great colourful pose you have of this little beauty, well done.
 
Crystal clear image, a beautiful bird and a wonderful capture! Awesome work here Stanley! Well done,tfs
 

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