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Red-capped Cardinal

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Paroaria gularis Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Thraupidae Family
16.5 cm Length
Tropical lowlands, rainforest swamp-forest moist savanna. Below 300m.  Range:- Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname & Venezuela. Habitat
 2-3 eggs, incubation by female both parents days, fledging  days. Clutch
Insects, larvae, spiders, seeds and berries. Food  
9033 - TSN: 561844 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

Red-capped Cardinal  Juan Pablo López Ordóñez Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Municipio de Andalucía, Corregimiento Campo Alegre, Finca Charco de Oro, Humedal La Bolsa Colombia song XC46484



Paroaria gularis
Paroaria gularis cervicalis
Paroaria gularis gularis
Paroaria gularis nigrogenis split
Masked Cardinal

  • Paroaria gularis gularis: se Colombia to s Venezuela, the Guianas, Peru and Amaz. Brazil
  • Paroaria gularis cervicalis: N Bolivia and adjacent Brazil (Mato Grosso)

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