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Venezuelan Tyrannulet

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Zimmerius improbus Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Tyrannidae Family
11.5 cm Length
Tropical mainly montane moist forest, between 400 (1,300-2,400) 3,000m. Found in:- Colombia & Venezuela.      

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 eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Arthropods, larvae and fruit. Food  
Seen singly, in pairs or with mixed flocks. Habits
4084 -  - Sub-species This taxon is considered a subspecies of Zimmerius [improbus or petersi] (sensu lato) by some authors World Number
Least concern Status

AKA:- Czech: tyrančík venezuelský
Danish: Venezuelatyrannulet
German: Küstenkordilleren-Kleintyrann
English: Mountain Tyrannulet, Paltry Tyrannulet (Mountain), Specious Tyrannulet, Venezuelan Tyrannulet [nominate]
Spanish: Mosquerito Venezolano
French: Tyranneau trompeur, Tyranneau trompeur [nominal]
Italian: Tirannetto del Venezuela
Japanese: ベネズエラコタイランチョウ
Latin: Zimmerius improbus, Zimmerius improbus [improbus or tamae], Zimmerius improbus improbus, Zimmerius vilissimus improbus/tamae
Dutch: Méridavliegenpikker, Venezuelavliegenpikker
Norwegian: Venezuelatyrannulett
Polish: oliwiaczek ubogi
Slovak: moskytár horský
Swedish: Venezueladvärgtyrann
Chinese: 委内瑞拉小霸鹟

Zimmerius improbus
Zimmerius improbus improbus
Zimmerius improbus petersi
Zimmerius improbus tamae

Zimmerius improbus improbus: Andes of N Colombia and Sierra de Perijá (W Venezuela)
Zimmerius improbus tamae: Santa Marta Mountains NE Colombia)

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