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Opal-crowned Manakin
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Lepidothrix iris Scientific name
Passeriformes Order
Pipridae Family
9 cm Length
Tropical rainforest . Below 200m   Range:- Endemic to Brazil::- (North Brazil:- Para., Tocantins.) (Center-West Brazil, :- Mato Grosso, ) (Northeast Brazil:- Maranhão,) Habitat
 eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Fruit, arthropods and larvae. Food  
4516 - TSN: 711477 - Sub-species World Number
Vulnerable Status

Opal-crowned Manakin.Nargila Moura Bacia 112, Santarem  Brazil song XC94714 

AKA:- Czech: Pipulka opálová
Danish: Opalkronet Manakin
German: Opalscheitelpipra, Opalscheitel-Pipra
English: Opal crowned Manakin, Opal-crowned Manakin, Opal-crowned manikin, Pearl-headed Manakin
Spanish: Saltarín de Cabeza de Ópalo, Saltarín Opalescente
Finnish: Valkonokkatanssija
French: Manakin à tête d'opale
Hungarian: opálpipra
Italian: Manachino capopale, Manachino corona opale
Japanese: gimboushimaikodori, ginboushimaikodori
Japanese: ギンボウシマイコドリ
Latin: Lepidothrix iris, Pipra iris
Dutch: Opaalkruinmanakin
Norwegian: Opalkronemanakin
Polish: gorzyk srebrnoglowy, gorzyk srebrnogłowy
Portuguese: cabeça-de-prata, Dançador-de-coroa-prateada, rendeira, uirapurú
Portuguese (Brazil): Cabeça-de-prata, dançador-de-coroa-prateada, rendeira, uirapurú
Russian: Опаловоголовая пипра
Slovak: pipra opálová
Swedish: Pärlhättemanakin
Chinese: 乳白冠娇鹟

Pipra iris
Pipra iris eucephala
Pipra iris iris

  • Lepidothrix iris iris: E Amazonian Brazil (Belém region of e Pará to n Maranhão)
  • Lepidothrix iris eucephala: Brazil south of R. Amazon (east bank of lower R. Tapajós)
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