Ornito > Bronze-tailed Plumeleteer

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Growing up in eastern North America there was basically one hummingbird, the Ruby-throated. Heading west, and especially south, however, there a lot more - over 335 known species.



Coming up with 300+ modifiers for "hummingbird" clearly would have been a naming challenge. Fortunately, the group is divided into subcategories such as Topazes, Hermits, Mangoes, Brilliants, Coquettes, Mountain Gems, and Emeralds - which makes things easier. Within these sets are further levels of named types, including Comets, Puff-legs, Sylphs, Golden-tails, Woodnymphs and Plumeleteers. This nicely named representative of that final group was photographed in Cerro Azul on a day trip from the Canopy Tower ecolodge. Lots of fun!

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Murat KUTLU 2016-04-03T17:06:08+0000

greatshot paul, congrat....

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Makine : Canon EOS-1D Mark IV

Lens : EF800mm f/5.6L IS USM

Odak Uzaklığı : 800mm

Enstantane : 1/640

Diyafram : F5.6

ISO : 2000

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