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Lemon-rumped Tanagers

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The Lemon-rumped Tanager (Ramphocelus icteronotus) is native to the Tumbes-Chocó-Magdalena in Panama, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.

Males have a mainly black plumage with a yellow rump, and a narrowly black-tipped pale bluish bill. The female has a blackishs-brown head, wings and tail. Her underparts are mainly yellow and her rump is yellowish.

Lemon-rumped Tanager (R. icteronotus)

Lemon-rumped Tanager (R. icteronotus) - Female



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