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  1. Green Kingfisher (male)

    Green Kingfisher (male)

    Green Kingfisher (Chloroceryle americana septentrionalis) Ten subspecies have been described with five currently being recognized. Subspecies septentrionalis is the only subspecies mapped for Panama. Subspecies isthmica is synonymized under septentrionalis. Species sexually dimorphic. El...
  2. Orchard Spider

    Orchard Spider

    Orchard Spider (Leucauge venusta: Tetragnathidae) Male body length is 3.5-4.5 mm (0.14-0.18 in) while the females range from 5.5-7.5 mm (0.22-0.30 in). This little spider ranges from southern Canada to Panama. Although its body shape is uniform its color may vary though Its legs are always...
  3. Sunbittern

    Sunbittern

    Sunbittern (Eurypyga helias major) Three subspecies are recognized with only subspecies major being mapped for Panama. Sexes similar. Photographed just north of El Valle de Antn in Ro Guayabo, Cocl Province, Panama surrounded by secondary humid forest at ca. 671 m (2,200 ft) elevation.
  4. Northern Waterthrush

    Northern Waterthrush

    Northern Waterthrush (Parkesia noveboracensis noveboracensis) Three subspecies are currently recognized with only the nominate wintering in Panama. Sexes similar. Photographed north of El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Riparian of Ro Guayabo surrounded humid forest at ca. 671 m (2,200...
  5. Red-legged Honeycreeper (male)

    Red-legged Honeycreeper (male)

    Red-legged Honeycreeper (Cyanerpes cyaneus carneipes) Species sexually dimorphic. Photographed in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Ro Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation.
  6. Chestnut-backed Antbird (male)

    Chestnut-backed Antbird (male)

    Chestnut-backed Antbird (Myrmeciza exsul exsul) Five subspecies are recognized with four being mapped for Panama. However, only the nominate is mapped for this region of Panama. Species sexually dimorphic. Female similar but chest and belly are rusty, not black. Photographed north of El Valle...
  7. Spot-crowned Barbet (female)

    Spot-crowned Barbet (female)

    Spot-crowned Barbet (Capito maculicoronatus maculicoronatus) Only the nominate is mapped for Panama. Photographed in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Ro Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation. Species sexually dimorphic.
  8. White-bellied Antbird (male)

    White-bellied Antbird (male)

    White-bellied Antbird (Myrmeciza longipes panamensis) Four subspecies are recognized with only subspecies panamensis being mapped for Panama. This is ones typical three second view! Photographed this little skulker in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Ro Guayabo riparian, secondary...
  9. Dull-mantled Antbird (male)

    Dull-mantled Antbird (male)

    Dull-mantled Antbird (Myrmeciza laemosticta) Species slightly sexually dimorphic. Females throat is black and white checkered. This mega skulker was photographed in Altos del Maria north of El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Low montane cloud forest at ca. 1,100 m (3.609 ft) elevation...
  10. Fulvous-vented Euphonia (female)

    Fulvous-vented Euphonia (female)

    Fulvous-vented Euphonia (Euphonia fulvicrissa fulvicrissa) Three subspecies are recognized with only the nominate being mapped for Panama. Species sexually dimorphic. Photographed in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Ro Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft)...
  11. Banana Stalk Fly

    Banana Stalk Fly

    Banana Stalk Fly also known as Stilt-legged Fly (family Neriidae) Photographed on a night light on a bridge that spanned Ro Guayabo in El Valle de Antn, Cocl, Province, Panama. Riparian, surrounded by secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation.
  12. Bananaquit

    Bananaquit

    Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola mexicana) Photographed getting nectar from Red Powder Puff (Calliandra haematocephala: Fabaceae) in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Ro Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation. Sexes similar.
  13. Palm Tanager

    Palm Tanager

    Palm Tanager (Thraupis palmarum atripennis) Sexes similar. Photographed in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Ro Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation.
  14. Plain-brown Woodcreeper

    Plain-brown Woodcreeper

    Plain-brown Woodcreeper (Dendrocincla fuliginosa ridgwayi) Thirteen subspecies are currently recognized with only ridgwayi being mapped for Panama. Photographed just north of El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Ro Guayabo riparian, surrounded by secondary humid forest at ca. 640 m...
  15. Long-horned Beetle

    Long-horned Beetle

    Long-horned Beetle (Neoptychodes candidus: Cerambycidae) This beetle is ca. 3.5 cm (1.4 in) long. Photographed in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Lodge wall along the Ro Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation.
  16. Saffron Wasp Mimic Moth

    Saffron Wasp Mimic Moth

    Saffron Wasp Mimic Moth (Cosmosoma galatea: Erebidae) Night lights over Ro Guayabo in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation.
  17. Flame-rumped Tanager (female)

    Flame-rumped Tanager (female)

    Flame-rumped Tanager (Ramphocelus flammigerus icteronotus) Species strongly sexually dimorphic. Photographed in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Riparian along Ro Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation.
  18. Crimson-backed Tanager (male)

    Crimson-backed Tanager (male)

    Crimson-backed Tanager (Ramphocelus dimidiatus dimidiatus) Species sexually dimorphic. Photographed in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Ro Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation.
  19. Tawny-capped Euphonia (male)

    Tawny-capped Euphonia (male)

    Tawny-capped Euphonia (Euphonia anneae rufivertex) Two subspecies are recognized and both are mapped for Panama. Subspecies rufivertex is mapped for Veraguas Province east while the nominate if found west of Veraguas. Species sexually dimorphic. Photographed along Sendero Cerro Gaitl in the...
  20. Striped Cuckoo

    Striped Cuckoo

    Striped Cuckoo (Tapera naevia excellens) Four subspecies have been described while two are placed in synonymy leaving two that are recognized. Only subspecies excellens is mapped for Panama. Sexes similar. Photographed south of Anton towards the Pacific Ocean, Cocl Province, Panama. Pacific...
  21. Thick-billed Euphonia (male)

    Thick-billed Euphonia (male)

    Thick-billed Euphonia (Euphonia laniirostris crassirostris) Species sexually dimorphic. Photographed in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Ro Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation.
  22. Rufous-crested Coquette (male)

    Rufous-crested Coquette (male)

    Rufous-crested Coquette (Lophornis delattrei lessoni) Two subspecies are recognized including the nominate. Only subspecies lessoni is mapped for Panama. Species sexually dimorphic. Photographed on blue porter weed (Stachytarpheta sp.: Verbenaceae) in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama...
  23. Gray-headed Chachalaca

    Gray-headed Chachalaca

    Gray-headed Chachalaca (Ortalis cinereiceps) Sexes similar. Photographed in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Rio Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation.
  24. Snowy-bellied Hummingbird

    Snowy-bellied Hummingbird

    Snowy-bellied Hummingbird (Amazilia edward niveoventer) Sexes similar. Photographed in El Valle de Antn, Cocl Province, Panama. Rio Guayabo riparian, secondary humid forest at ca. 622 m (2,042 ft) elevation.
  25. Lance-tailed Manakin (male)

    Lance-tailed Manakin (male)

    Lance-tailed Manakin (Chiroxiphia lanceolata) Sexes strongly dimorphic. Photographed south of Anton towards the Pacific Ocean, Cocl Province, Panama. Pacific lowlands, highly disturbed dry tropical forest with open pastures for cattle grazing at ca. 20 m (66 ft) elevation. Around a dried up pond.
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