The Magenta-throated Woodstar (Calliphlox bryantae) lives in Costa Rica and in west Panama. They prefer forest edge and clearings, scrubby pastures, second growth, and semi-open. Its measures are of 9 cm (3 inches) in height and 3.5 g in weight.
Males are above bronze-green, with a conspicuous white collar across foreneck. Chest and sides green. Bill and feet black. Females are above like male, with throat buffy. This bird visits flowering herbs, shrubs and trees.