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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Myiarchus apicalis Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Tyrannidae Family
17 cm Length
Tropical dry shrubland, moist & dry forest, degraded former forest. Between 400 - 2,500 m. Range:- Endemic to Colombia:- (Andina Norte:- Antioquia, Santander,) (Andina Sur:- Boyaca, Cundinamarca, Huila, Tolima,) (Pacífica:- Cauca, Choco, Narino, Valle del Cauca,)

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Habitat
Altitude
Range
 eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Arthropods, larvae and small fruits supplement diet, mainly in winter. Food  
  Habits
4362 - TSN: 561296 - Sub-species World Number
Least concern Status

AKA:- Czech: Tyran kolumbijský
Danish: Hjelmskovtyran
German: Kolumbienschopftyrann, Saumschwanztyrann, Saumschwanz-Tyrann
English: Apical Flycatcher
Spanish: Atrapamoscas Apical, Copetón Apical
Spanish (Colombia): Atrapamoscas Apical
Finnish: Kolumbiannapsu
French: Tyran ŕ queue givrée, Tyran de Bogota
Italian: Pigliamosche apicale
Japanese: shiroobioohitakimodoki
Japanese: シロオビオオヒタキモドキ
Latin: Myiarchus apicalis
Dutch: Zoomstaarttiran
Norwegian: Colombiatyrann
Polish: mucholap kolumbijski, muchołap kolumbijski
Russian: Боготский желтобрюхий тиранн
Slovak: postriežkár kolumbijský
Swedish: Hjälmtopptyrann
Chinese: 尖顶蝇霸鹟

Sub-species None known

 

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