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Pine Flycatcher

... the endemic Pine Flycatcher (Pete Morris)

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Empidonax affinis Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Tyrannidae Family
13 -14.5 cm Length
Tropical forest. Between 1,600 - 3,500 m  Range:- Guatemala & Mexico,

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Habitat
Altitude
Range
 eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Arthropods & larvae. Food  
  Habits
4257 - TSN: 559904 - Sub-species World Number
Least concern Status

AKA:- Czech: Tyranovec sosnový
Danish: Fyrreempidonax
German: Fleckenmonarch, Kiefernschnäppertyrann, Kieferntyrann, Kiefern-Tyrann
English: Allied Flycatcher, Pine Flycatcher
Spanish: Mosquerito pinero, Mosquero de los Pinos, Mosquero Pinero, Mosqueta Pinera
Spanish (Mexico): Mosquerito pinero, Mosquero Pinero
Estonian: männi-salutikat
Finnish: Mäntysieppari
French: Moucherolle des pins
Italian: Pigliamosche dei pini, Pigliamosche delle pinete
Japanese: matsumejirohaetori
Japanese: マツメジロハエトリ
Latin: Empidonax affinis
Dutch: Dennefeetiran, Dennenfeetiran, Dennetiran
Norwegian: Furuempid
Polish: empidonka sosnowa
Russian: Сосновый эмпидонакс
Slovak: pamuchár borovicový
Swedish: Tallempid
Chinese: 松纹霸鹟

Sub-species

Empidonax affinis
Empidonax affinis affinis
Empidonax affinis bairdi
Empidonax affinis pulverius
Empidonax affinis trepidus
Empidonax affinis vigensis

  • Empidonax affinis affinis: Pine forests of Mexican plateau (Michoacán to Puebla)
  • Empidonax affinis pulverius: Oak-pine forests of NW Mexico (Sinaloa to Jalisco)
  • Empidonax affinis trepidus: N Mexico (Coahuila and Tamaulipas); winters to Guatemala
  • Empidonax affinis bairdi: Pine forests of S Mexico (Guerrero, Oaxaca and Chiapas)
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