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    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    Sorry: I'm not clear which of your photos is which. If the latest are the same as "plumbeous-crowned two" then we can be sure it's not yellow-margined.
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    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    Yes most likely. Depending on where these are from, probably peruvianus (SE) or confusus (NE). Hopefully altitude rules out similar things like Yellow-margined fly, but if not we'd need a decent shot of the wings. (There seems to be consensus that "yellow-olive fly" is actually multiple...
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    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    Well I'm reassured by that Thibaud. By now you've probably more field experience of these things even than Josh... [lucky so-and-so]
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    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    Suggest "plumbeous crowned one" is actually Marble-faced Bristle-tyrant. We can see the big whitish supercilium. It forms part of a whitish face mask which includes a well demarcated dark auricular patch. The grey we can see on the crown is paler paler than what we'd expect for...
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    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    Well here goes nothing... I think the first 3 are slaty-capped flycatcher. The wing spots look amber/orange coloured on my monitor, and I think bill shape [long, pointy] is better for that species. Variegated bristle-tyrant would have fuller orange wing bars, and marble-faced should (usually)...
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