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Empidonax atriceps Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Tyrannidae Family
11.5 cm Length
Tropical montane moist forest, degraded former forest, pastureland, grassland. Between 2,100 - 3,300 m. Range:- Mountains of Costa Rica & W Panama Habitat
Altitude
Range
 2 cream or white eggs, incubation 14–15 days, by the female.  Fledging 17 days. Mar–May Clutch
Arthropods & larvae. Food  
  Habits
4262 - TSN: 559906 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

AKA:- Czech: Tyranovec cernocapkový, tyranovec černočapkový
Danish: Sorthættet Empidonax
German: Kapuzentyrann, Schwarzkappen-Schnäppertyrann
English: Black capped Flycatcher, Black-capped Flycatcher
Spanish: Mosquerito cabecinegro, Mosquero Cabecinegro, Mosqueta de Capa Negra
Spanish (Costa Rica): Mosquerito cabecinegro
Estonian: mustpea-salutikat
Finnish: Nokipääsieppari
French: Moucherolle à tête noire
Hungarian: kormosfejű tirannusz
Italian: Pigliamosche capinero
Japanese: zuguromejirohaetori
Japanese: ズグロメジロハエトリ
Latin: Empidonax atriceps
Dutch: Zwartkapfeetiran, Zwartkap-feetiran
Norwegian: Svarthetteempid
Polish: empidonka czarnoglowa, empidonka czarnogłowa
Russian: Черношапочный эмпидонакс
Slovak: pamuchár čiernohlavý
Swedish: Svarthättad empid
Chinese: 黑顶纹霸鹟

Sub-species None known

 

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