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    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    Yes, exactly, they're two more photos of the same bird, ie "plumbeous-crowned two". Àlex thanks you for the correction (while being gutted at having lost a lifer hehe), he'll fix the ID.
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    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    This was in the north, in the Alto Mayo. I know the spot (the famous "llanteria"), and while it very much has a premontane feel, it's only around 1400 msnm, so still a bit low to be completely sure. Looking et ebird barcharts, there are a bunch of Yellow-olive sightings, vs only a couple of...
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    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    Hah I wish! Meanwhile, Àlex has sent me a couple more photos of his bird (see attached). Looks good for Yellow-Olive, no? Would be the peruvianus subsp, I believe.
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    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    I agree with THE_FERN on all. The only one that's bugging me is "plumbeous-crowned one". It's the reference image for the species in ebird, and I'd expect Andrew Spencer to know his stuff, but I agree it doesn't have a Phyllomyias look to it. In fact, the ebird photos for that one seem to...
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