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13â€“14 cm (5-5Â½ in)
Females and immatures: have olive upperparts, yellow underparts, grey head and neck.
Females in the Caribbean slope of Central America have heads with olive colors and minimal contrast to body.
Five subspecies are recognized1:
Tall mature second growth forests and cocoa plantations.
Their nest is a deep open cup made from dry grass and lined with fine fibres. It is placed in low vegetation. The clutch consists of 3 cream eggs with brown blotches.
Their main diet consists of insects, including stick insects, with the addition of fruit.
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