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Alternative name: Long-billed Blue-Flycatcher; Large-billed Blue Flycatcher
- Cyornis caerulatus
5.5 in (14 cm). Dark-blue back, tail, and head, and an orange belly and throat. The female is brown above with a blue tail and rump.
Evergreen, tropical forest.
Searches from a perch for flying insects in middle and upper parts of the canopy.
Builds a cup-shaped nest in a relatively tall tree.