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  1. Bitias Hairstreak

    Bitias Hairstreak

    Bitias Hairstreak (Panthiades bitias: Lycaenidae) Wingspan 3.0-3.2 cm (1.2-1.3 in). Canopy Lodge, El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panam. Tropical rainforest/cloud forest becoming a more broadleaf evergreen forest with fewer deciduous trees at ca. 596 m (1,955 ft) elevation adjacent to Ro Guayabo.
  2. Summer Tanager (male)

    Summer Tanager (male)

    Summer Tanager (Piranga rubra subsp. rubra ) Male, species sexually dimorphic. Canopy Lodge, El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panam. Tropical rainforest/cloud forest becoming a more broadleaf evergreen forest with fewer deciduous trees at ca. 596 m (1,955 ft) elevation adjacent to Ro Guayabo.
  3. Gray-cowled Wood Rail

    Gray-cowled Wood Rail

    Gray-cowled Wood Rail (Aramides cajaneus subsp. cajaneus) Sexes similar. Canopy Lodge, El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panam. Tropical rainforest/cloud forest becoming a more broadleaf evergreen forest with fewer deciduous trees at ca. 596 m (1,955 ft) elevation adjacent to Ro Guayabo.
  4. Brazilian Giant Cockroach

    Brazilian Giant Cockroach

    Brazilian Giant Cockroach (Blaberus giganteus: Blaberidae) 7.5-10.0 cm (3.0-3.9 in) long. Canopy Lodge, El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panam. Tropical rainforest/cloud forest becoming a more broadleaf evergreen forest with fewer deciduous trees at ca. 596 m (1,955 ft) elevation adjacent to Ro...
  5. Rufous-tailed Hummingbird

    Rufous-tailed Hummingbird

    Rufous-tailed Hummingbird (Amazilia tzacatl subsp. tzacatl) Foraging on Firebush (Hamelis patens: Rubiaceae). Canopy Lodge, El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panam. Tropical rainforest/cloud forest becoming a more broadleaf evergreen forest with fewer deciduous trees at ca. 596 m (1,955 ft)...
  6. Crimson-backed Tanager (male)

    Crimson-backed Tanager (male)

    Crimson-backed Tanager (Ramphocelus dimidiatus dimidiatus) Five subspecies have been described, three are mapped for Panama. Subspecies arestus and limatus are even said to be endemic. However, no distribution within Panama is provided nor are there any phenotypic characters stated to...
  7. Chestnut-capped Warbler

    Chestnut-capped Warbler

    Chestnut-capped Warbler (Basileuterus delattrii mesochrysus) Eight subspecies are recognized with two being mapped for Panama. Subspecies mesochrysus in found inland through most or all of inland Panama while subspecies actuosus is restricted to Coiba Island. This common little warbler was...
  8. White-tipped Dove

    White-tipped Dove

    White-tipped Dove (Leptotila verreauxi verreauxi) Fourteen subspecies are recognized and only the nominate is mapped for Panama. Species similar. Photographed at Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Riparian along Rio Guayabo, surrounded by secondary humid forest at ca. 622...
  9. Flame-rumped Tanager (female)

    Flame-rumped Tanager (female)

    Flame-rumped Tanager with this subspecies being called the Lemon-rumped Tanager (Ramphocelus flammigerus icteronotus) This is a distinct taxon and whether one opts to treat it at the species level (R. icteronotus) or at the subspecies level under the Flame-rumped Tanager (R. flammigerus...
  10. Rufous-tailed Hummingbirds fighting

    Rufous-tailed Hummingbirds fighting

    Rufous-tailed Hummingbird (Amazilia tzacatl tzacatl) Hummingbirds are known for their pugnacious behavior towards each other and I have believed for years that the most truculent species of hummingbird was the Rufous, a western U.S. bird that ranges from Alaska south to western Central Mexico...
  11. Rufous-tailed Hummingbird

    Rufous-tailed Hummingbird

    Rufous-tailed Hummingbird (Amazilia tzacatl tzacatl) Five subspecies are recognized with two being mapped for Panama. Only the nominate is found on the mainland while subspecies handleyi (Escudo Hummingbird) is found on Isla Escudo de Veraguas. Photographed at the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de...
  12. Thick-billed Euphonia (juvenile male)

    Thick-billed Euphonia (juvenile male)

    Thick-billed Euphonia (Euphonia laniirostris crassirostris) Five subspecies are recognized with only subspecies crassirostris being mapped for Panama. Photographed at Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Riparian of Rio Guayabo surrounded by secondary humid forest at ca...
  13. Thick-billed Euphonia (female)

    Thick-billed Euphonia (female)

    Thick-billed Euphonia (Euphonia laniirostris crassirostris) Five subspecies are recognized with only subspecies crassirostris being mapped for Panama. Photographed at Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Riparian of Rio Guayabo surrounded by secondary humid forest at ca...
  14. Thick-billed Euphonia (male)

    Thick-billed Euphonia (male)

    Thick-billed Euphonia (Euphonia laniirostris crassirostris) Five subspecies are recognized with only subspecies crassirostris being mapped for Panama. Photographed at Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Riparian of Rio Guayabo surrounded by secondary humid forest at ca...
  15. White-lined Tanager (male)

    White-lined Tanager (male)

    White-lined Tanager (Tachyphonus rufus) The specific epithet is in reference to the females coloration. There are no recognized subspecies. Photographed at Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Riparian along Rio Guayabo, surrounded by secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m...
  16. White-lined Tanager (female)

    White-lined Tanager (female)

    White-lined Tanager (Tachyphonus rufus) The specific epithet is in reference to the females coloration. There are no recognized subspecies. Photographed at Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Riparian along Rio Guayabo, surrounded by secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m...
  17. Flame-rumped Tanager (male)

    Flame-rumped Tanager (male)

    Flame-rumped Tanager with this subspecies being called the Lemon-rumped Tanager (Ramphocelus flammigerus icteronotus) This is a distinct taxon and whether one opts to treat it at the species level or at the subspecies level under the Flame-rumped Tanager (R. flammigerus icteronotus) is...
  18. Bananaquit

    Bananaquit

    Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola mexicana). An astonishing 41 subspecies are recognized broken into two groups. These subspecies vary in song and plumage. There is the Caribbean Group, represented by 16 subspecies and the Inland Group which is represented by 25. Fortunately, the only subspecies...
  19. Clay-colored Thrush

    Clay-colored Thrush

    Clay-colored Thrush formerly Clay-colored Robin (Turdus grayi casius) There are some nine subspecies described with six to eight subspecies recognized by various authors. Subspecies incomptus, lanyoni, yucatenensis, and linnaei are the ones most often found in synonym. Everyone seems to...
  20. Red-crowned Woodpecker (male-back view)

    Red-crowned Woodpecker (male-back view)

    Red-crowned Woodpecker also known as the Waglers Woodpecker (Melanerpes rubricapillus rubricapillus) Five subspecies have been described with subspecies wagleri being synonymized under the nominate leaving four recognized subspecies. Three have been mapped for Panama. Subspecies seductus is...
  21. Red-crowned Woodpecker (male-front view)

    Red-crowned Woodpecker (male-front view)

    Red-crowned Woodpecker also known as the Waglers Woodpecker (Melanerpes rubricapillus rubricapillus) Five subspecies have been described with subspecies wagleri being synonymized under the nominate leaving four recognized subspecies. Three have been mapped for Panama. Subspecies seductus is...
  22. Fasciated Antshrike (male)

    Fasciated Antshrike (male)

    Fasciated Antshrike (Cymbilaimus lineatus fasciatus) Four subspecies have been described, one has been synonymized leaving three recognized subspecies. Only subspecies fasciatus is mapped for Panama. Photographed at Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Riparian along Rio...
  23. Crimson-backed Tanager (female)

    Crimson-backed Tanager (female)

    Crimson-backed Tanager (Ramphocelus dimidiatus dimidiatus) Five subspecies have been described, three are mapped for Panama. Subspecies arestus and limatus are even said to be endemic. However, no distribution within Panama is provided nor are there any phenotypic characters stated to...
  24. Stripe-throated Hermit

    Stripe-throated Hermit

    Stripe-throated Hermit formerly known as the Little Hermit in Panama (Phaethornis strigularis) The taxonomy and nomenclature is currently complex, ambiguous, and convoluted. The taxon found in Panama was formerly known as the Little Hermit and was referred to as Phaethornis longuemareus...
  25. Crimson-backed Tanager

    Crimson-backed Tanager

    Crimson-backed Tanager (Ramphocelus dimidiatus dimidiatus) This picture shows the crimson-back, the character that gave this bird its common name. Five subspecies have been described, three are mapped for Panama. Subspecies arestus and limatus are even said to be endemic. However, no...
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