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|Kingdom animalia |
Scientific name Creurgops
|Phylum chordata |
Higher classification Tanager
|Lower classifications Slaty tanager, Rufous-crested tanager|
Rufous crested tanager creurgops verticalis el sutu mistrato risaralda
Creurgops is a genus of birds in the family Thraupidae, the tanagers. They are found in the canopy of humid montane forest in the Andes of South America.
- Rufous crested tanager creurgops verticalis el sutu mistrato risaralda
- Rufous crested tanager creurgops verticalis mistrato pacific choc natural region
These are relatively large and heavy-billed tanagers. They are mainly slaty gray above and rufous below, except in the male slaty tanager where the underparts also are slaty gray. Males of both species have a crown patch, which is lacking in the females. They commonly participate in mixed-species flocks.