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Quetzal, Resplendant Quetzal, Pharomachrus mocinno, trogon, Trogonidae, male, eating an...

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Caption: Quetzal, Resplendant Quetzal, Pharomachrus mocinno, trogon, Trogonidae, male, eating an avacodo, tree, cloud forest, bird, wet montane forest, Savegre, Savegre Mountain Hotel, Costa Rica, Central America, QuetzalR48525czhs.tif
Location: Savegre Mountain Hotel
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Rufus Tailed Weaver, Histurgops ruficaudus; Rare, endemic to parks in northern TZ especiallyTarangire National Park; The Rufous-tailed Weaver, Histurgops ruficaudus, is a species of songbird found in East Africa. Despite its name, it is placed in the sparrow family Passeridae. It is a quite unusual sparrow species, and was included in the weaver family (Ploceidae) by many authors even after the other Old World sparrows were separated from the weavers proper, hence its common name. Due to its distant position among the Old World sparrows, it is placed in the monotypic genus Histurgops. It is an endemic breeder in Tanzania. WeaverRt0021nzhs.tif
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Rufus Tailed Weaver, Histurgops ruficaudus; Rare, endemic to parks in northern TZ especiallyTarangire National Park; The Rufous-tailed Weaver, Histurgops ruficaudus, is a species of songbird found in East Africa. Despite its name, it is placed in the sparrow family Passeridae. It is a quite unusual sparrow species, and was included in the weaver family (Ploceidae) by many authors even after the other Old World sparrows were separated from the weavers proper, hence its common name. Due to its distant position among the Old World sparrows, it is placed in the monotypic genus Histurgops. It is an endemic breeder in Tanzania. WeaverRt0020_53vze.tif
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