Female Black-and-White Tody-Flycatcher seen about eye level on the side of the dirt road adjacent to the Maycú Reserve in Nangaritza, Ecuador.
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Estación Biológica La Florida, Tapijulapa, Tabasco, México. 09-mayo-2015
Estación Biológica La Florida, Tapijulapa, Tabasco, México. 20-junio-2015
Cascadas de Reforma, Balancan, Tabasco, México
Poecilotriccus is a genus of large flycatchers in the Tyrannidae family. Except for the recently described Johnson's Tody-Flycatcher, all have, at one point or another, been included in the genus Todirostrum. Some species have been known as tody-tyrants instead of tody-flycatchers. Most species are found in South America, but a single species, the Slate-headed Tody-Flycatcher, is also found in Central America. The Black-chested Tyrant may also belong in this genus, but most place it in the...