Green-breasted Mango

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Green-breasted Mango

The Green-breasted Mango (Anthracothorax prevostii) is found from northeast Mexico to northwest Peru, and in islands of west Caribbean. Its place is in savannas, coffee plantations, and other semi-open areas with scattered tall trees; also in edges of gallery forest, mangroves, and tall second growth. Adults are 12 cm (4 inches) in height and 7.5 g in weight.

Bronzy-green above, with purplish-bronze central retrices, and magenta lateral retrices, edged with black. Center of throat and breast are black. Crissum purplish, and feet and bill black. Visits flowers of trees, especially legumes and lianas.

Common Name: Green-breasted Mango
Scientific Name: Anthracothorax prevostii
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