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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Myiophobus inornatus Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Tyrannidae Family
11.5 cm Length
Tropical montane moist forest, between 1,000-2,600m. Found in:- Bolivia & Peru.

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 eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Arthropods and larvae.. Food  
 4213 - TSN: 561339 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

AKA:- Czech: Tyranovec prostý
Danish: Øjenringstyran
German: Carrica Tyrann, Carricatyrann, Carriker-Tyrann, Zimtflügel-Schnäppertyrann
English: Unadorned Flycatcher, Undorned flycatcher
Spanish: Mosquero Sencillo, Mosqueta Sencilla
Finnish: Rillihippiäisnappari
French: Moucherolle de Carriker, Moucherolle simple
Italian: Pigliamosche disadorno
Japanese: mujifutasujihaetori
Japanese: ムジフタスジハエトリ
Latin: Myiophobus inornatus
Dutch: Carrikers Tiran, Carriker-tiran
Norwegian: Rustbåndtyrann
Polish: tyranka skromna
Russian: Одноцветная курэта
Slovak: pamuchár hôrny
Swedish: Ögonringstyrann
Chinese: 纯色斑翅霸鹟

Sub-species None known


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