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  1. Daan van der hoeven

    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    Glad to see this analysis develop on!!! I definitely saw the bird in a pre montene feel, scenes as white winged tanager and white-plumed antbird on the same site were not unusual . The bird in question also has a kind of streaked under site, I never really took a close eye to flycatchers on...
  2. Daan van der hoeven

    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    Well Thanks! I agree on the first three pictures being Slaty-capped, the difference in wingbar colour is probably a difference in subspecies. However I am not quite sure on the last bird too, for comparison I added two pictures of plumbeous crowned where you can see a clear difference in...
  3. Daan van der hoeven

    Unknown ID on Ecuadorian Tyrannulets of Foothillforest

    Hi all, Maybe you guys can help me ID these Ecuadorian Bristle tyrants. The first picture was taken on the west slope (around 1300 m), I'm thinking Marble-faced given the whitish wingbars. But the next two pictures are from the east slope (same elevation) and the bird has real buffy/cinnamon...
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