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subsp. piurae

  1. Vermilion Flycatcher (male)

    Vermilion Flycatcher (male)

    Vermilion flycatcher (Pyrocephalus rubinus subsp. piurae) Male, sexes strongly dimorphic. Photographed in open disturbed desert canyon northeast of Olmos near Corral Quemado, Piura Department, Peru. Disturbed desert canyon above Rio Maraon at ca.400 m (1,312 ft) elevation.
  2. Vermilion Flycatcher (female)

    Vermilion Flycatcher (female)

    Vermilion flycatcher (Pyrocephalus rubinus subsp. piurae) Female, sexes strongly dimorphic. Photographed at Chaparr Lodge, a private ecological reserve, ca. 60-70 km east of Chiclayo, Lambayeque Department, Peru. Equatorial dry forest composed of desert scrub and cacti at ca. 29 m (95 ft)...
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