|Golden-hooded Tanager Tangara larvata
(aka Stilpnia larvata)
|Honduras and Ecuador
The Golden-hooded Tanager is distributed from southern Mexico through Central America to western Colombia and north-west Ecuador. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It is found in forest, forest borders and clearings.
|Photos 1 and 2 from Honduras show the nominate sub-species. Photo 3 shows the sub-species T. l. fanny. Note the paler golden hood, the turquoise rather than blue flanks and the reduced pale edgings to the primaries and wing-coverts.|
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