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Pacific Antwren

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[[Image:Pacific_Antwren.jpg|thumb|550px|right|Photo by {{user|COLOMBIA+Birding|COLOMBIA Birding}}<br>Location: Pacific Choco, [[Colombia]]]] [[Image:Pacific_Antwren.jpg|thumb|550px|right|Photo by {{user|COLOMBIA+Birding|COLOMBIA Birding}}<br>Location: Pacific Choco, [[Colombia]]]]
==Identification== ==Identification==
 +9 cm (3.5 inches)<br />
 +'''Male''' has bold black and white stripes both on upperside and underside of body.<br />
 +'''Female''' differs in having head and neck and underside tawny-colored; some black stripes in rear crown to nape but the underside is unstriped.
==Distribution== ==Distribution==
-[[Colombia]] and [[Ecuador]].+[[Panama]], [[Colombia]] and [[Ecuador]].
==Taxonomy== ==Taxonomy==
==Habitat== ==Habitat==
==Behaviour== ==Behaviour==
- +==References==
 +#Angehr and Dean, The birds of Panama
==External Links== ==External Links==
{{GSearch|Myrmotherula+pacifica}} {{GSearch|Myrmotherula+pacifica}}
[[Category:Birds]] [[Category:Myrmotherula]] [[Category:Birds]] [[Category:Myrmotherula]]

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Myrmotherula pacifica
Photo by COLOMBIA BirdingLocation:  Pacific Choco, Colombia
Photo by COLOMBIA Birding
Location: Pacific Choco, Colombia

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Identification

9 cm (3.5 inches)
Male has bold black and white stripes both on upperside and underside of body.
Female differs in having head and neck and underside tawny-colored; some black stripes in rear crown to nape but the underside is unstriped.

Distribution

Panama, Colombia and Ecuador.

Taxonomy

Habitat

Behaviour

References

  1. Angehr and Dean, The birds of Panama

External Links

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