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White-sided Flowerpiercer

Flowerpiercers have hooked bills which enables them to drill holes in the base of flowers and "steal" the nectar. The picture shows a female White-sided Flowerpiercer (Diglossa albilatera). This species is common around the lodge and in open areas and forests along the main trail.


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