The Violet-headed Hummingbird (Klais guimeti) resides from north Honduras to northwest Bolivia and west Brazil. They inhabit canopy and edged of forest, also tall second growth, open country, and gardens with flowering trees and shrubs. Its measures are 7.5 cm (3 inches) in length and 2.8 g in weight.
Its head, including throat, is bright violet-blue. Rest of upperparts are bronzy-green and tail more bluish. Mostly of underparts ash-gray, spotted with green laterally. Bill black and feet dusky. Feeds on flowers like Warscewiczia, Stachytarpheta, Taetsia, and Hampea.