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Costa Rica, Nicoya, Flycatchers (1 Viewer)

ekopa

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Hello!

Please help me identify these flycatchers, photographed in January in Diria National Park on Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica
1 Yellow-olive Flatbill?
2-3 Yellow-olive Flatbill?
4 ?
5 ?

Thanks!
 

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njlarsen

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It is always dificult with just a single photo, but I get a feel of Vireo for no 5, Yellow-green or Red-eye depending on how much the yellow underside is caused by reflections from the leaves.

Niels
 

Motmot

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1-2-3 Yellow-olive Flycatcher, I'd say 1 is an adult and 2-3 is a juv
4 Lesser Greenlet
5 Greenish Elaenia
 
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ekopa

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Thank you, Niels, Motmot!

There are two more photos of #5. Not sure if it helps
 

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njlarsen

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I am buying the Greenish Elaenia for this one.

Niels

Edit: I should have added that especially the second of the new images helped me.
 
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