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Includes Chapman's Trogon
33â€“35 cm (13-13Â¾ in)
When seen directly from below, the tail can look silvery, where it really is dark slaty grey.
 Similar Species
The orange-red bill is important in separating this species from Black-tailed Trogon.
Low to mid-level mature wet forest, secondary forest and forest edges.
The diet includes insects and fruit.
The nest is excavated by both adults between 3-15 m in the trunk of a decayed tree or a termite mound. The clutch of 3 white or bluish-white eggs is laid in a chamber accessed by a tunnel.
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