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9Â·5â€“10 cm (3Â¾-4 in)
The female and young males are olive-green with a yellow belly.
Pacific slope of southern Costa Rica and south-western Panama (east to Azuero Peninsula).
Humid forest with adjacent second growth woodland and thickets of taller trees. Plantations and gardens.
The male displays at communal leks. The female constructs a shallow cup nest, in the fork of a tree. The clutch contains 2 brown-speckled grey eggs, which are incubated for 18-21 days.
The diet consists of small fruit and some insects, both plucked from the foliage in flight.
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