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Vermilion Flycatcher (male)
Vermilion flycatcher (Pyrocephalus rubinus subsp. piurae) Male, sexes strongly dimorphic. Photographed in open disturbed desert canyon northeast of Olmos near Corral Quemado, Piura Department, Peru. Disturbed desert canyon above Rio Maraon at ca.400 m (1,312 ft) elevation.
Disturbed desert canyon above Rio Maraon at ca.400 m (1,312 ft) elevation.
Near Corral Quemado, Piura Department, Peru.
Date taken
November 2013
Scientific name
Pyrocephalus rubinus
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Three Superb shots Stanley, lucky you, to be able to visit these places mate, Tfs
Great composition and very fine colours.

Thank you for sharing,
Hi Stanley what a cracking little guy this is, what a vivid red , won't miss this one in the bushes, well done.
WOW! One of these was spotted near San Diego when I was there last Fall, but not by me. How could I have missed it???

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