Black Oropendola

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Black Oropendola

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Alternate name
Gymnostinops guatimozinus Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Icteridae Family
48 cm Length
tropical lowland forest, mainly moist, below 800 m. Found in:- Colombia & Panama. Habitat-Altitude-Range
Usually 3 eggs are laid in a long pendular nest, suspended from a branch. Clutch
Mainly fruit. Food  
They feed in pairs or small groups. Habits
9616 - TSN: 726203 World Number
Least concern Status

John Gerrard Keulemans © all rights reserved          

Slideshow courtesy The Friends Of Worldbirds © all rights reserved

Black Oropendola Song
Psarocolius guatimozinus (0:16)
Mike Nelson XC46945
19-01-09, Panama

  AKA Czech: Vlhovec modrolící
Danish: Sort Oropendola
German: Mohrenstirnvogel, Mohren-Stirnvogel
English: Black Oropendola
Spanish: Cacique Negro, Conoto Negro, Oropéndola Negra
Spanish (Colombia): Oropéndola Negra
Finnish: Mustakultapyrstö
French: Cassique noir
Italian: Oropendola gialla, Oropendola nera
Japanese: kuroootsurisudori
Japanese: クロオオツリスドリ
Latin: Gymnostinops guatimozinus, Psarocolius guatimozinus, Psarocolus guatimozinus
Dutch: Zwarte Oropendola
Norwegian: Svartoropendola
Polish: kacykowiec czarny
Russian: Чёрная оропендола
Slovak: trupiál čierny
Swedish: Svart oropendola
Chinese: 黑拟掠鸟

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