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Weeping mountain tanager is a species of bird from the tanager family

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1. LAT Anisognathus lacrymosus (Du Bus) 2. RUS weeping mountain tanager f 3. ENG lacrimose (mountain) tanager 4. DEU Tränentangare f 5. FRA

Lacrimose Mountain-Tanager (Anisognathus ...

It is superficially similar to the Buff-breasted Mountain-Tanager and Hooded Mountain-Tanager. Status: The Lacrimose Mountain-Tanager is uncommon in montane forests of the east and west (Piura and Cajamarca) slopes of the Andes at elevations ranging between 1800-3500 m. It also occurs in Co and Ec. Name in Spanish: Tangara-de-Montaña Lacrimosa.

List of birds of Ecuador Part 4 Passerines (from Deer to Cardinals)

The fourth (and final this time) part of the list features the passerines from Olive to Cardinals that I photographed in Ecuador.
Photos of many interesting birds are of very poor quality, but I still show them. Please understand this.

Part 1 Non-passerines (except hummingbirds) are presented here.
Part 2 Non-passerines (Hummingbirds) is presented here.
Part 3 Passerines (from Pechniks to Drozdy) is presented here.

112 (690) White-capped Dipper, Cinclus leucocephalus leuconotus

06 September several birds on the stones of the Tandayapa river near the Nono-Mindo road.

113 (691) Thick-billed Euphonia, Euphonia laniirostris hypoxantha

On September 7, we ate on troughs in San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.
We met on September 10 in the morning in the fog in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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114 (692) Orange-bellied Euphonia, Euphonia xanthogaster chocoensis

On September 7, we ate on troughs in San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.
On 08 September, one bird was seen at San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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115 (693) Black-headed Siskin (Hooded Siskin, Spinus magellanica capitalis)

Synonym: Carduelis magellanica

On 06 September we met one young bird on the way from Quito to Nono and several birds in Nono.


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116 (694) Yellow-bellied Siskin, Spinus xanthogastra xanthogastra

Synonym: Carduelis xanthogastra.

September 10, one bird in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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Black-eyed arboreal tree (Tropical Parula, Setophaga pitiayumi)

Synonyms: Black-eyed parula, Parula pitiayumi.

On September 09 we met on the trail in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge. Without photo.
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117 (695) Yellow-tailed King Song (Buff-rumped Warbler, Myiothlypis fulvicauda fulvicauda)

Synonyms: Phaeothlypis fulvicauda, ​​Basileuterus fulvicauda.

We met on September 10 in the morning in the fog in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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118 (696) Black-crested Warbler, Myiothlypis nigrocristata

Synonym: Basileuterus nigrocristatus.

On September 06, several birds met in the bushes on the side of the old road Nono - Mindo (upper section).


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119 (697) (Choco Warbler, Myiothlypis chlorophrys)

Synonyms: Myiothlypis chrysogaster chlorophrys, Basileuterus chlorophrys

On September 09 we met in a mixed group on a forest trail in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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Yellow-headed songbird (Russet-crowned Warbler, Myiothlypis coronata elata)

Synonym: Basileuterus coronatus.

Seen at Mindo Reserve on September 08. Without photo.
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Three-striped Warbler, Basileuterus tristriatus daedalus

07 September in a group of birds in the middle of the trail in San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.
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120 (698) Canadian Wilsonian (Canada Warbler, Cardellina canadensis)

Sinnim: Wilsonia canadensis.

On September 08, we met in a mixed flock of birds at the entrance to San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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121 (699) Spectacled Whitestart, Myioborus melanocephalus ruficoronatus

Synonym: Spectacled Redstart.

On September 06, one bird was seen in the bushes on the side of the old Nono-Mindo road (upper section).
Sighted near Guango Lodge, Papallacta, eastern Andes on 19 September.


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122 (700) Yellow-tailed Oriole, Icterus mesomelas taczanowskii

Synonym: Yellowtail Colored Corpse

We met on September 10 in the morning in the fog in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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123 (701) Bananaquit, Coereba flaveola intermedia

Saw at San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge on 08 September. The bird ate on a bromeliad flower.
On September 10, we observed feeding troughs at the Restaurante Mirador Rio Blanco restaurant (San Miguel de los Bancos).


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124 (702) Rufous-collared Sparrow, Zonotrichia capensis costaricensis

Synonym: Red-necked Bunting, Red-breasted Zonotrichia.

In Ecuador, they were met everywhere next to a person.
On September 05, observed near a hotel in Quito (Hotel Antinea, Quito). The birds fed the fledglings.
Several birds near Guango Lodge (Papallacta, eastern Andes) on September 19.


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125 (703) Orange-billed Sparrow, Arremon aurantiirostris occidentalis

09 September observed in the evening at a feeding trough in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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126 (704) Yellow-throated Bush Tanager, Chlorospingus flavigularis marginatus

On September 09 we met in a mixed group on a forest trail in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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127 (705) Brown-fronted Atlapeta (Pale-naped Brush Finch, Atlapetes pallidinucha papallactae)

On September 19, they met in pairs near Guango Lodge (Papallacta, eastern Andes).


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128 (706) Gray-breasted Atlapeta (Slaty Brush Finch, Atlapetes schistaceus schistaceus)

Met on September 19 in a mixed flock near Guango Lodge (Papallacta, eastern Andes).


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129 (707) Yellow-breasted Atlapeta (Rufous-naped Brush Finch, Atlapetes latinuchus spodionotus)

Synonym: Yellow-breasted Brush-Finch.

On September 06, we met several birds on the road from Quito to Nono.


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130 (708) White-winged Brush Finch, Atlapetes leucopterus leucopterus

On 07 September observed near the feeding troughs in San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.


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131 (709) Black-capped Hemispingus, Hemispingus atropileus

On September 19, one bird in a tree near Guango Lodge (Papallacta, eastern Andes). Only one photo.


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Black-eared Hemispingus, Hemispingus melanotis

September 19 short meeting near Guango Lodge (Papallacta, eastern Andes). Bad photo.
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132 (710) Red-billed Tanager (Gray-hooded Bush Tanager, Cnemoscopus rubrirostris rubrirostris)

One bird was seen near Guango Lodge (Papallacta, eastern Andes) on 19 September.


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Red-breasted boar (Rufous-chested Tanager, Thlypopsis ornata ornata)

Seen on 06 September on the road from Quito to Nono. Without photo.
08 September one bird in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.
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133 (711) Light-crested Tanager (Tawny-crested Tanager, Tachyphonus delatrii)

Met on September 10 in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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134 (712) Black Decorated Tanager (White-lined Tanager, Tachyphonus rufus)

We met on September 10 in the morning in the fog in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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135 (713) Yellow-rumped Tanager (Lemon-rumped Tanager, Ramphocelus icteronotus)

On 07 September, male (tailless), female and several juveniles were feeding on troughs at San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.
On September 08 and 09 we met birds in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.
We met on September 10 in the morning in the fog in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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136 (714) Blue-gray Tanager, Thraupis episcopus quaesita

Synonyms: Blue Tanager, Blue Traupis.

On 07 September, several birds were feeding on troughs at San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.
On September 08 and 09 we met birds in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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137 (715) Palm Tanager (Thraupis palmarum violilavata)

On 07 September, several birds were feeding on troughs at San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.
On September 08 and 09 we met birds in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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Blue-spine short-billed tanager (Hooded Mountain Tanager, Buthraupis montana)

On September 19, one bird in a tree near Guango Lodge (Papallacta, eastern Andes). Bad photo.
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Weeping Mountain Tanager (Lacrimose Mountain Tanager, Anisognathus lacrymosus palpebrosus)

Sighted in mixed group of birds near Guango Lodge (Papallacta, eastern Andes) 19 September.
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138 (716) Red-bellied Mountain Tanager (Scarlet-bellied Mountain Tanager, Anisognathus igniventris erythrotus)

On September 06, we met one bird on the way from Quito to Nono.


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139 (717) Blue-winged Mountain Tanager, Anisognathus somptuosus cyanopterus

On 06 September the birds were feeding in a tree by the river on the upper section of the old Nono-Mindo road. They took out insects or larvae from folded dry leaves.
September 7th, a flock at a feeding trough in San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.


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140 (718) Dubusia (Buff-breasted Mountain-Tanager, Dubusia taeniata taeniata)

On September 06, photographed in the bushes on the side of the old road Nono - Mindo (upper section)
The bird fed on insect larvae. I mark the white stripe on the chest of the bird, while in the reference books it is of a mustard (buff) color.


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141 (719) Pipreida (Fawn-breasted Tanager, Pipraeidea melanonota venezuelensis)

On 09 September, one bird was seen in a tree at San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.
In the photo - the bird on the left.


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142 (720) Golden Tanager (Tangara arthus goodsoni)

On September 7, we ate on troughs in San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.
08 September one bird at San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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143 (721) Silver-throated Tanager, Tangara icterocephala icterocephala

On September 08, we met in a mixed flock of birds at the entrance to San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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144 (722) Rufous-throated Tanager, Tangara rufigula

On 08 September, one bird was seen at San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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145 (723) Green Tanager (Bay-headed Tanager, Tangara gyrola nupera)

On September 08, we met in a mixed flock of birds at the entrance to San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge. We saw on the territory of the lodge.
Met on September 10 in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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146 (724) Golden-naped Tanager, Tangara ruficervix leucotis

On 07 September, several birds were feeding on troughs at San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.


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147 (725) Blue-necked Tanager, Tangara cyanicollis cyanopygia

This cyanopygia subspecies is characterized by a blue coloration of the back.

On September 08, we met in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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Golden-hooded Tanager, Tangara larvata fanny

Synonym: Purple Masked Tanager.

Met on September 10 in the Ria Silanche valley. Without photo.
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148 (726) Black-capped Tanager, Tangara heinei

On September 7, a pair of birds were feeding on troughs at San Jorge de Tandayapa Eco-Lodge.


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149 (727) Swallow Tanager (Tersina viridis occidentalis)

On 08 and 09 September several pairs of birds were regularly observed at San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.

In the photo there is a male (left) and a female.


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150 (728) (Yellow-tufted Dacnis, Dacnis egregia aequatorialis)

Synonym: Dacnis lineata aequatorialis.

On September 8, we saw a couple in a tree at the entrance to San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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151 (729) Purple cyanerpes (Purple Honeycreeper, Cyanerpes caeruleus chocoanus)

One male was observed on 08 September at San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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152 (730) Green honeycreeper, Chlorophanes spiza exsul

On September 08, we met males and females in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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153 (731) Guira Tanager (Guira Tanager, Hemithraupis guira guirina)

On September 08, we met in a mixed flock of birds at the entrance to San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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154 (732) White-fronted sharp-billed songbird (Capped Conebill, Conirostrum albifrons atrocyaneum)

Seen on a tree near Bellavista on 08 September.


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155 (733) Black flower-piercer (Diglossa humeralis aterrima)

Note: Russian specific name is a translation from English.

On September 06 we met on the way from Quito to Nono.


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156 (734) Masked Flowerpiercer, Diglossa cyanea cyanea

Synonyms: Diglossopis cyanea, Maskhook

On September 18 and 19, birds were seen at the feeders of Guango Lodge (Papallacta, eastern Andes).


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157 (735) Red and black bunting (Crimson-breasted Finch, Rhodospingus cruentus)

We met on September 10 in the morning in the fog in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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158 (736) Yakarina (Blue-black Grassquit, Volatinia jacarina peruviensis)

On September 09, we met in the morning on the field in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.
Seen in the Ria Silanche valley on 10 September.


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159 (737) Variable Seedeater, Sporophila corvina ophthalmica

We met on September 10 in the morning in the fog in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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160 (738) Yellow-bellied Seedeater, Sporophila nigricollis vivida

Synonym: Yellow-bellied Finch Bunting.

On September 09 we met in the morning on an open area in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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161 (739) Parrot-billed Seedeater, Sporophila peruviana devronis

Synonym: Parrot Finch Bunting.

On September 09 we met on the field in San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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162 (740) Ocher-breasted Tanager, Chlorothraupis stolzmanni stolzmanni

On September 09 she sang on the wire in the morning at San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge.


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(Southern Yellow Grosbeak, Pheucticus chrysogaster chrysogaster)

On September 05, one male was observed from the window of a hotel in Quito (Hotel Antinea, Quito). Without photo.
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Gray Saltator (Slate-colored Grosbeak, Saltator grossus)

Synonym: Pitylus grossus, Gray Pitylus.

Saw at San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge on 08 September. Without photo.
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163 (741) Buff-throated Saltator, Saltator maximus maximus

Saw at San Jorge de Milpe Eco-Lodge on 09 September.
Met on September 10 in the Ria Silanche river valley.


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Ⓘ Weeping Mountain Tanager

The weeping mountain tanager is a species of bird from the tanager family. Birds live in tropical and subtropical mountain humid forests, at an altitude of 1600 to 3200 meters above sea level. Body length about 18.5 cm, weight about 28 grams.

Nine subspecies are distinguished in the form.

  • Anisognathus lacrymosus tamae - in the Andes of western Venezuela, south of Tachir and the neighboring eastern Andes of Colombia - in the departments of Norte de Santander and Boyaca,
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus melanops - in the Andes of western Venezuela - in the states of Trujillo, Merida and northern Tachira,
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus yariguierum - in Colombia on the western slopes of the eastern Andes in the Santander department in the Yarigies National Park,
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus caerulescens - on the eastern slopes of the Andes in Ecuador in the province of Loja and in the north of Peru south to the regions of Cajamarca and sulfur Amazonas,
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus pallididorsalis - in the Sierra de Perija on the border between northern Colombia and western Venezuela,
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus intensus - in southwestern Colombia on the eastern slopes of the western Andes in the departments of Valle and Cauca,
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus - on the eastern slopes in Peru from the Amazonas south to Junin, Ayacucho and north of Cusco.
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus palpebrosus - in southern Colombia on the slopes in southern Cuaca and Nariño and on the eastern slopes in Ecuador - south to the province of Morona Santiago,
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus olivaceiceps - in Colombia at the northern beginning of the western Andes in the department of Antioquia and in the central Andes south of Quindio and Tolima,

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It is superficially similar to the Buff-breasted Mountain-Tanager and Hooded Mountain-Tanager. Status: The Lacrimose Mountain-Tanager is uncommon in montane forests of the east and west (Piura and Cajamarca) slopes of the Andes at elevations ranging between 1800-3500 m. It also occurs in Co and Ec. Name in Spanish: Tangara-de-Montaña Lacrimosa.

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★ Weeping Mountain Tanager

The weeping mountain tanager is a species of bird from the mangrovyh family. birds live in tropical and subtropical mountain humid forests, at an altitude of 1600 to 3200 meters above sea level. and the body length is about 18.5 cm, weight is 28 grams.

There are nine subspecies in isolated.

  • Anisognathus lacrymosus olivaceiceps (Anisognathus olivaceiceps lacrymosus) - in Colombia, in the northern beginning of the western Andes in Antioquia and in the Central Andes of South Quindio and Tolima.
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus tamae (Anisognathus tamae lacrymosus) - in the Andes in western Venezuela, South Tachira and adjacent to the eastern Andes in Colombia in the department of Norte de Santander and Boyaca.
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus pallididorsalis - In the Sierra de Periha on the border between Northern Colombia and western Venezuela.
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus yariguierum (Anisognathus yariguierum lacrymosus) - in Colombia on the western slopes of the eastern Andes in the Santander department in the Yarigies National Park.
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus melanops - in the Andes Mountains in western Venezuela in the states of Trujillo, Tachira and Merida.
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus palpebrosus (Anisognathus palpebrosus lacrymosus) - in southern Colombia on the slopes in the south of Kwak and Nariño and on the eastern slopes in Ecuador, southern province of Morona Santiago.
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus - on the eastern slope in Peru, Amazonas South in Junin, Ayacucho and Cusco North.
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus caerulescens (Anisognathus caerulescens lacrymosus) - on the eastern slopes of the Andes in Ecuador, in the province of Loja and in the north of Peru to the south, in the regions of Cajamarca and Amazonas, sulfur.
  • Anisognathus lacrymosus intensus (Anisognathus intensus lacrymosus) - in the southwest of Colombia on the eastern slopes of the Andes in the western departments of Cauca and Valle.

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