Green Honeycreeper

It is 14 cm long, weighs 17 g, and has a long decurved bill. The male is mainly blue-tinged green with a black head and a mostly bright yellow bill. The female Green Honeycreeper is grass-green, paler on the throat, and lacks the male's iridescence and black head. Immatures are plumaged similar to females. The call is a sharp chip.

Picture of the Green Honeycreeper has been licensed under a GFDL
Original source: Doug Janson
Author: Doug Janson
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The Green Honeycreeper is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Green Honeycreeper It took a bit more than expected, but this awesome -tiny- jewels are back to our feeder felichies The Male NIKON D5000; 1/160; f/4.5; ISO:200; 300mm; 2010:04:16 12:50:11; Sin Flash; Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows Nombre: Green Honeycreeper - male Lugar: Finca Chaves, Sarapiqui de Heredia, Costa Rica The Female NIKON D5000; 1/125; f/4. More

The Green Honeycreeper, Chlorophanes spiza, is a small bird in the tanager family. It is found in the tropical New World from southern Mexico south to Brazil, and on Trinidad. It the only member of the genus Chlorophanes. It is 14 cm long, weighs 17 g, and has a long decurved bill. The male is mainly blue-tinged green with a black head and a mostly bright yellow bill. More

The Green Honeycreeper is called a Honeycreeper, but belongs to the monotypic Chlorophanes genus. It has a larger, stouter bill than the Cyanerpes group, and is less heavily dependent on nectar. More

Green Honeycreeper - Silver Edition $ 20.00 - Limited edition of 50, signed and numbered by artist Josh Brill EDITION Image size: 5″×7″ (12.7×17.78 cm). Paper size: 8″×10″ (20.32 × 25.4 cm). Giclée print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth, 305 g, 100% cotton archival fine art paper. More

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Female green honeycreeper resting on a branch© Mike Lane / Female green honeycreeper perched on a branch© John Cancalosi / Female green honeycreeper resting on a branch© Tim Laman / Male green honeycreeper© Arthur Grosset Male green honeycreeper resting on a branch© Tim Laman / naturepl. More

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taken as typical of ASY Green Honeycreepers; note that even the adult rectrices seem to have a rather loose structure (especially the central rectrices). More

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Green Honeycreeper male taken At The ASA Wright Nature Center on Trinidad Add Critique Only registered TrekNature members may write critiques. Discussions None You must be logged in to start a discussion. More

Green Honeycreepers can have a cream "mane" and this will assist in the overall black, green and dull yellow in forest or treeline berry hunting. A yellow and brilliant amazon green female can bathe safely in leaves of a matching tree plant while blending in. The brilliant colors will actually deputize to the view of predators when operating inside the brilliant floral nectar horn the honeycreepers seek to find. Please visit Tropical Birds for information about tropical birds. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Thraupidae
Genus : Chlorophanes
Species : spiza
Authority : (Linnaeus, 1758)