The cerulean kingfisher (Alcedo coerulescens) is a near passerine bird in the kingfisher genus (Alcedo)which is found in parts of Indonesia. With an overall metallic blue impression, it is very similar to the common kingfisher, but it is white underneath instead of orange.
The Cerulean kingfisher is metallic blue with white patches on its underside and grey feet.
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