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Alternative name: Northern Tufted Flycatcher
12 cm. Olive green upperparts and pointed crest, black tail and wings, two buff wing bars and buff edging to the secondary feathers, ochre-orange breast shading to bright yellow on the belly. Very short flat bill. Sexes are similar. Young birds have brownish upperparts with buff fringing, orange wing bars and paler underparts. Some sources state that "adults show a greenish-olive crest and juveniles a sooty-brown pileum".
Has been considered conspecific with Olive Flycatcher.
Mature mountain forest and tall second growth, especially at edges and clearings with trees.
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