Glistening-green Tanager (Chlorochrysa phoenicotis) - HBW 16, p. 210
French: Calliste étincelant
Spanish: Tangara Verde
Taxonomy: Calliste phoenicotis Bonaparte, 1851, Nanegal, Ecuador.
Although genus traditionally placed next to Tangara in linear taxonomic sequences, genetic data, together with glistening plumage, leg morphology, and voice, indicate that the two genera are not closely related. Monotypic.
Distribution: Colombia on W slope of C Andes (Antioquia) and Pacific slope of W Andes (from Risaralda) S to Ecuador (Pichincha and El Oro).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
foraging in canopy Locality Las Tangaras Nature Reserve, Choco Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Martin Kennewell 24 May 2012 30 weeks ago 22 sec 3.5
three views in tree tops Locality Las Tangaras Nature Reserve, Choco Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Martin Kennewell 23 May 2012 1 year ago 21 sec 3.4
A furtive bird looking at strangers! (in Galapagos Road).
Locality San Jose del Palmar, Choco Department, Colombia
Antonio Salvadori 7 January 2010 11 weeks ago 3.4
Birding tour around the western andes - bogota birding
Locality Tatama National Park, Colombia
Oswaldo Cortes - BOGOTA B... 7 May 2009 20 weeks ago 3.4
Adult on flower
Locality Mashpi Rainforest Biodiversity Reserve, La Delicia, Pichincha Province, Ecuador (Monotypic species)
Dusan Brinkhuizen 26 January 2010 3 years ago 2.3