White-crested Coquette

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White-crested Coquette

The White-crested Coquette (Lophornis adorabilis) resides in Costa Rica and west Panama. Lives height in canopy, coming down to shrub level at edges, and in second growth. Its size is of 7 cm (2 inches) in height and 2.7 g in weight.

Forehead and lores are coppery-bronze, with an erect white crest on forecrown. Rest of upperparts bronzy-green; lower rump and upper tail-coverts purplish-bronze. Foreneck white and rest of underparts cinnamon-rufous, flecked with green on sides and of breast. Bill red with black tip, and feet dusky.

Common Name: White-crested Coquette
Scientific Name: Lophornis adorabilis
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