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Common Tody-Flycatcher

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Common Tody-Flycatcher

 

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Todirostrum cinereum Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Tyrannidae Family
9.5–10.2 cm Length
Tropical montane moist  forest. dry forest  shrubland, savanna, degraded former forest, pastureland, arable land, plantations urban areas, gardens. Up to 2,000 m. Range:- Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname & Venezuela. Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua & Panama.

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Habitat
Altitude
Range
1 - 3 eggs, incubation 15 - 16 days, fledging 16 - 17 days. Clutch
Arthropods, larvae. Food  
  Habits
4062 - TSN: 563483 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

AKA:- Czech: Tyránek obecný, tyránek ploskozobý
Danish: Almindelig Todityran
German: Gelbbauch-Spateltyrann, Graugelb-Todityrann
English: Common Tody Flycatcher, Common Todybill, Common Tody-Flycatcher, White-tipped Tody-Flycatcher
Spanish: espatulilla amarilla, Espatulilla Amarillo, Espatulilla Común, Mosquerito común, Titirijí Común, Titirijí de Lomo Cenizo, Titirijí lomicenizo, Titirijí lomo ceniza
Spanish (Bolivia): Titirijí lomicenizo
Spanish (Colombia): Espatulilla Común
Spanish (Costa Rica): Espatulilla común
Spanish (Honduras): Mosquerito común
Spanish (Mexico): espatulilla amarilla, espatulilla amarillo, Espatulilla Común
Spanish (Nicaragua): Espatulilla Común
Spanish (Paraguay): Titirijí lomo ceniza
Spanish (Venezuela): Titirijí Lomicenizo
Finnish: Nokinäpsy
French: Todirostre ŕ dos noir, Todirostre commun, Todirostre familier
Guarani: Tirri
Hungarian: sárgaszemű toditirannusz
Italian: Becco di todo cinereo, Pigliamosche todo comune
Japanese: hashinagatairanchou
Japanese: ハシナガタイランチョウ
Latin: Todirostrum cinereum
Dutch: Geelbuikschoffelsnavel, Geelbuik-schoffelsnavel
Norwegian: Gjřglertodityrann
Polish: klinodziobek szary
Portuguese: Ferreirinho, ferreirinho-relógio, Reloginho, reloginho , relógio, Relógio o ferreirinho, sebinho-relógio, tirri
Portuguese (Brazil): ferreirinho, Ferreirinho-relógio, reloginho , relógio, Sebinho Relógio, sebinho-relógio, tirri
Russian: Желтобрюхий тоди-мухолов, Мухоловка-тоди
Slovak: muchárčik žltobruchý
Swedish: Vanlig todityrann
Chinese: 哑霸鹟

Sub-species
Todirostrum cinereum
Todirostrum cinereum cearae
Todirostrum cinereum cinereum
Todirostrum cinereum coloreum
Todirostrum cinereum finitimum
Todirostrum cinereum peruanum
Todirostrum cinereum sclateri
Todirostrum cinereum virididorsale
Todirostrum cinereum wetmorei

  • Todirostrum cinereum cinereum: Tropical S Colombia to S Venezuela, the Guianas and N Brazil
  • Todirostrum cinereum virididorsale: Tropical S Mexico (Veracruz and N Oaxaca)
  • Todirostrum cinereum finitimum: Tropical s Mexico (Tabasco and Chiapas) to NW Costa Rica
  • Todirostrum cinereum wetmorei: Tropical central and E Costa Rica and Panama
  • Todirostrum cinereum sclateri: SW Colombia (Narińo) to W Ecuador and NW Peru
  • Todirostrum cinereum peruanum: E Ecuador and E Peru (south to Cuzco)
  • Todirostrum cinereum coloreum: SE Brazil (Espírito Santo) to N Paraguay and N Bolivia
  • Todirostrum cinereum cearae: NE Brazil (E Pará to Piauí, Ceará, Alagoas and N Bahia)

 

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