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Old Monday 17th September 2012, 13:14   #1
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Flycatchers Atlantic Rainforest Brazil

Hello,

Three flycatchers from Brazil. Just for confirmation of the id.

Bird 1 (Photo 1 and 2) Yellow-olive Flycatcher (Flatbill)?
Bird 2 (Photo 3 and 4) Southern Bristle-Tyrant?
Bird 3 (Photo 5) A tyrannulet. Without sound no id?

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Really no Brazil specialists in da house?
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Although they look a little different in the photos, I think the first four are all Yellow-olive Flycatchers. 3&4 are much too chunky and broad-billed for the Bristle Tyrant (which is a really rare bird that hardly anyone ever sees).

The last bird looks more like a female antwren to me - possibly White-flanked.

By the way, if you can it's really helpful if you can give more precise details on location and altitude - it's really useful for IDing stuff in the Neotropics.
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1-4 Agree with Yellow-olive Flycatchers.
5 Maybe Southern Beardless-Tyrannulet?
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Tx guys.

So first two Yellow-olive Flycatchers.

Last one is a Tyrannulet. Not a antwren. Southern Beardless is an option.
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