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- Cecropis senegalensis
25cm. Blue upperparts , reddish face, collar, underparts and rump, white underwings with dark flight feathers. The tail is forked, and slightly longer in the male. Juveniles are duller and browner, with less contrast.
Previously included in genus Hirundo
Open country with trees.
It builds a closed mud nest with a tubular entrance in a cavity or under bridges and similar buildings. 3-4 eggs are laid.
Diet includes insects caught in the air.
GSearch checked for 2020 platform.