Long-tailed Silky-flycatcher

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Long-tailed Silky-flycatcher

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Ptilogonys caudatus Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Bombycillidae Family
Male 24 cm, female 21 cm. Length
Tropical montane rainforest & degraded former forest, shrubland & pastureland. Between  1800 - 3000 m, Range:- Costa Rica & Panama Habitat
 2 eggs, incubation by both parents 12 to 13 days, fledging 18 to 25 days. Clutch
Mainly berries also some insects, larvae, spiders. Food  
6232 - TSN: 726106 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

Long-tailed Silky-flycatcher Allen T. Chartier Canon Costa Rica XC9138 Song

AKA:- Czech: Palmovník dlouhoocasý
Danish: Langhalet Silkemonark
German: Langschwantz-Seidenschnäpper, Langschwanz-Seidenschnäpper
English: Long tailed Silky flycatcher, Long-tailed Ptilogonys, Long-tailed Silky Flycatcher, Long-tailed Silky-flycatcher
Spanish: Capulinero colilargo, Papamoscas Sedoso de Cola Larga
Spanish (Costa Rica): Capulinero colilargo
Finnish: Isosilkkitilhi
French: Ptilogon à longue queue, Ptilogone à longue queue
Italian: Pigliamosche di seta codalunga, Ptilogonio codalunga
Japanese: onagarenjakumodoki
Japanese: オナガレンジャクモドキ
Latin: Ptiliogonys caudatus, Ptilogonys caudatus
Dutch: Langstaartzijdevliegenvanger, Langstaart-zijdevliegenvanger
Norwegian: Gulhodesilkefugl
Polish: jedwabniczka dlugosterna, jedwabniczka długosterna
Russian: Длиннохвостый шёлковый свиристель
Slovak: hodvábnik dlhochvostý
Swedish: Långstjärtad silkesflugsnappare
Chinese: 长尾丝鹟


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