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Bran-colored Flycatcher

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Myiophobus fasciatus Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Tyrannidae Family
12.7 cm Length
Tropical montane moist forest.dry forest  shrubland, dry savanna, degraded former forest, pastureland, plantations urban areas, gardens. Up to 2,650 Range:- Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Falkland Islands, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay & Venezuela. Costa Rica & Panama, Trinidad and Tobago.

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 2 eggs Cream-colored spotted rufous incubated by female for 17 days, fledging 15-17. Clutch
Arthropods, larvae and fruit.. Food  
4218 - TSN: 561337 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

AKA:- Czech: tyranovec čárkoprsý, Tyranovec proužkoprsý
Danish: Stregtyran
German: Rostschnäppertyrann, Rosttyrann, Rost-Tyrann
English: Bran colored Flycatcher, Bran coloured Flycatcher, Bran-colored Flycatcher, Bran-coloured Flycatcher, Lima Flycatcher
Spanish: Atrapamoscas Pechirrayado, Cazamoscas picochato, Mosquerito pechirrayado, Mosquero Estriado, Mosqueta chorreada, Mosqueta Corona Amarilla, Mosqueta de Corona Amarilla, Mosqueta estriada
Spanish (Argentine): Mosqueta chorreada, Mosqueta estriada
Spanish (Chile): Cazamoscas picochato
Spanish (Colombia): Atrapamoscas Pechirrayado
Spanish (Costa Rica): Mosquerito pechirrayado
Spanish (Paraguay): Mosqueta estriada
Spanish (Uruguay): Mosqueta Corona Amarilla, Mosqueta Estriada
Spanish (Venezuela): Atrapamoscas Pechirrayado
Finnish: Viiruhippiäisnappari
French: Moucherolle fascié
Hungarian: kerti tirannusz
Italian: Pigliamosche crusca, Pigliamosche fasciato
Japanese: futasujihaetori
Japanese: フタスジハエトリ
Latin: Myiophobus fasciatus, Myiophobus fasciatus fasciatus
Dutch: Roesttiran
Norwegian: Kjerrtyrann
Polish: tyranka smugowana
Portuguese: caga-sebo, Felipe, Felipe-de-peito-riscado, filipe, filipe-de-peito-riscado
Portuguese (Brazil): caga-sebo, felipe, Filipe, filipe-de-peito-riscado
Russian: Ржавчатая курэта
Slovak: pamuchár pásavoprsý
Swedish: Strecktyrann
Chinese: 浅褐斑翅霸鹟

Myiophobus fasciatus
Myiophobus fasciatus auriceps
Myiophobus fasciatus crypterythrus
Myiophobus fasciatus fasciatus
Myiophobus fasciatus flammiceps
Myiophobus fasciatus furfurosus
Myiophobus fasciatus rufescens
Myiophobus fasciatus saturatus

  • Myiophobus fasciatus fasciatus: Colombia to N Venezuela, the Guianas and adj. Brazil; Trinidad
  • Myiophobus fasciatus furfurosus: SW Costa Rica and W Panama; Pearl Islands
  • Myiophobus fasciatus crypterythrus: Tropical SW Colombia to W Ecuador and extreme NW Peru
  • Myiophobus fasciatus saturatus: E Peru (San Martín to central Cuzco)
  • Myiophobus fasciatus auriceps: SE Peru (Cuzco) to N Bolivia, N Argentina and W Paraguay
  • Myiophobus fasciatus flammiceps: E Brazil (E Pará) to Uruguay, E Paraguay and NE Argentina
  • Myiophobus fasciatus rufescens: Arid W Peru (La Libertad) to extreme N Chile (Tarapacá)
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