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Ochre-bellied Flycatcher

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Mionectes oleagineus Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Tyrannidae Family
12.7 cm Length
Tropical moist  forest. swamp forest  shrubland, savanna, degraded former forest, often near water, rural gardens. Up to 1,800 m.  Range:- Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname & Venezuela. Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua & Panama. Trinidad and Tobago.

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2 - 3 White eggs, incubation  18 - 20 days, fledging  18 - 20 days. Clutch
Arthropods, including flying insects. Food  
4020 - TSN: 561135 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

AKA:- Czech: Tyrancík okrovobrichý, tyrančík okrovobřichý
Danish: Okkerbuget Mionectes
German: Ockerbauch-Pipratyrann, Ockerbauchpipra-Tyrann
English: Ochre bellied Flycatcher, Ochre-bellied Flycatcher, Oily Flycatcher, Oleaginous Flycatcher
Spanish: Atrapamoscas Ocráceo, Mosquerito Aceitunado, Mosquerito de Buche Acanelado, Mosquerito ventriocráceo, Mosquero Aceitunado, Mosquero Ocrillo, mosquero ocrio, Mosquero panza ocre, Mosquero Vientre-ocre, Mosquitero Oliváceo
Spanish (Colombia): Atrapamoscas Ocráceo
Spanish (Costa Rica): Mosquerito aceitunado
Spanish (Ecuador): Mosquerito ventriocráceo
Spanish (Honduras): Mosquero panza ocre
Spanish (Mexico): mosquero ocrillo, mosquero ocrio, Mosquero Vientre-ocre
Spanish (Nicaragua): Mosquitero Oliváceo
Spanish (Venezuela): Atrapamoscas Frutero Aceitunado
Finnish: Vihernappaaja
French: Pipromorphe roussâtre
Hungarian: bogyóevő tirannusz
Italian: Pigliamosche panciaocra, Pigliamosche petto ocra
Japanese: chabaraoriabuhaetori, chabaraori-buhaetori
Japanese: チャバラオリアブハエトリ, チャバラオリーブハエトリ
Latin: Mionectes oleagineus, Mionectes oleaginus, Pipromorpha oleaginea, Pipromorpha oleagineus
Dutch: Okerbuikpipratiran, Okerbuik-pipratiran, Okerbuikpipratitan
Norwegian: Okerbuktyrann
Polish: muchotyranik ochrowy
Portuguese: Abre-asa, Abre-asa-da-capoeira, Abre-asas, abre-asas , abre-asas-oliváceo, supi
Portuguese (Brazil): Abre-asa, abre-asa-da-capoeira, abre-asas , abre-asas-oliváceo, supi
Russian: Желтобрюхий пипровый тиранчик
Slovak: kariča okrovobruchá
Swedish: Ockrabukad tyrann
Chinese: 赭腹霸鹟

Mionectes oleagineus
Mionectes oleagineus abdominalis
Mionectes oleagineus assimilis
Mionectes oleagineus chloronotus
Mionectes oleagineus dorsalis
Mionectes oleagineus dyscolus
Mionectes oleagineus hauxwelli
Mionectes oleagineus intensus
Mionectes oleagineus lutescens
Mionectes oleagineus maynana
Mionectes oleagineus maynanus
Mionectes oleagineus obscurus
Mionectes oleagineus oleagineus
Mionectes oleagineus pacificus
Mionectes oleagineus pallidiventris
Mionectes oleagineus parcus
Mionectes oleagineus wallacei

  • Mionectes oleagineus oleagineus: E Colombia to the Guianas, E Brazil, E Peru and N Bolivia
  • Mionectes oleagineus assimilis: Tropical s Mexico to E Costa Rica and W Panama
  • Mionectes oleagineus parcus: Tropical E Panama to N Colombia and NW Venezuela
  • Mionectes oleagineus abdominalis: Tropical N Venezuela (Distrito Federal and Miranda)
  • Mionectes oleagineus pacificus: Tropical SW Colombia to W Ecuador
  • Mionectes oleagineus pallidiventris: Tropical NE Venezuela; Trinidad and Tobago
  • Mionectes oleagineus dorsalis: Tepuis of SE Venezuela (Gran Sabana of Bolívar)
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