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Yellow-crowned Tyrannulet
Yellow-crowned Tyrannulet (Tyrannulus elatus) Sexes similar. Sani Lodge, Sucumbios Province, Ecuador. Manicured ground around lodge in native vegetation over looking the Challuacocha Oxbow. Napo River floodplain, Ecuadorian amazon rainforest. Also called Ecuadorian Submontane Amazonian Rainforest at ca. 200 m ( 656 ft) elevation.
Habitat
Napo River floodplain, Ecuadorian amazon rainforest. Also called Ecuadorian Submontane Amazonian Rainforest at ca. 200 m ( 656 ft) elevation.
Location
Sani Lodge, Sucumbios Province, Ecuador.
Date taken
January 2016
Scientific name
Tyrannulus elatus
Equipment used
Canon
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How pretty this wee guy is Stanley!

A great find for you too, as it's quite a scarce visitor to the Gallery. The first picture to come in for 4 years.

Many thanks my friend, thanks so much for sharing him with us.
 
How small & cute is that one? A super wee find captured beautifully in a lovely setting; Stanley!! tfs.
 
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A beautiful capture of this Tyrannulet Stanley. Very nicely captured guy.
 
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A beauty of a shot and setting of this little cracker Stanley, lovely job and many tfs and a fine set today.
 
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Great spot Stanley - it looks quite well camouflaged there! A delightful little rarity and super capture!

Chris
 
Brilliant colourful pose in an equally colourful setting Stanley, well done.
 
Very cute! And judging by those leaves, that tree has need of his bug-eating services |=)|
 

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