Yellow-collared Chlorophonia (Chlorophonia flavirostris) - HBW 16, p. 298
French: Organiste à col jaune
Spanish: Clorofonia Acollarada
Other common names: Yellow-collared Tanager
Taxonomy: Chlorophonia flavirostris P. L. Sclater, 1861, locality unknown, possibly west Ecuador.
Genus has sometimes been merged with Euphonia; recent molecular-genetic analysis indicates that both genera belong in family Fringillidae. Two races proposed, minima (described from La Guayacana, in Nariño) and boehmi (based on aviary bird, origin uncertain), but nomadic behaviour of this species suggests that recognition of geographical races is problematic. Treated as monotypic.
Distribution: Extreme E Panama on Cerro Pierre (once), W slope of W Andes of Colombia from Risaralda–Antioquia border (Alto de Pisones on Cerro Caramanta) S to W Ecuador (S to Pichincha).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
foraging in canopy Locality Las Tangaras Nature Reserve, Choco Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Martin Kennewell 24 May 2012 3 years ago 34 sec 4.5
A female defecating on a branch, then same bird in slow version. Locality Las Tangaras Nature Reserve, Choco Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
herve jacob 31 January 2016 14 weeks ago 30 sec 4
a female on a branch then trying to catch a moss. Locality Las Tangaras Nature Reserve, Choco Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
herve jacob 31 January 2016 14 weeks ago 35 sec 4
Lovely male close to the road
Locality Alto Anchicayá Dam, Farallones de Cali National Park, Valle del Cauca Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Diego Calderon - COLOMBIA... 15 June 2014 1 year ago 4
male eating berries
Locality Milpe, Pichincha Province, Ecuador (Monotypic species)
Dusan M. Brinkhuizen 27 December 2007 6 years ago 3.3