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Black Guan

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;[[:Category:Chamaepetes|Chamaepetes]] unicolor ;[[:Category:Chamaepetes|Chamaepetes]] unicolor
==Identification== ==Identification==
-64 cm. Glossy black, sootier below, bare blue facial skin, red iris. coral red legs. Immature duller and sootier.+*64 cm.
 +*Glossy black upperparts
 +*Duller below
 +*Bare blue facial skin
 +*Red iris
 +*Coral red legs
 +'''Immature''' duller
==Distribution== ==Distribution==
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==Behaviour== ==Behaviour==
2-3 eggs are laid. 2-3 eggs are laid.
The diet includes fruit. The diet includes fruit.
==External Links== ==External Links==
{{GSearch|Chamaepetes+unicolor}} {{GSearch|Chamaepetes+unicolor}}
[[Category:Birds]][[Category:Chamaepetes]] [[Category:Birds]][[Category:Chamaepetes]]

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Photo by bineshii
Photo by bineshii
Chamaepetes unicolor



  • 64 cm.
  • Glossy black upperparts
  • Duller below
  • Bare blue facial skin
  • Red iris
  • Coral red legs

Immature duller


Costa Rica and western Panama.




Subtropical and temperate rain forests, high mountains.



2-3 eggs are laid.


The diet includes fruit.



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