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This hummingbird is 3.5 inches in length. Males may be identified by the combination of violet crown and forked chestnut tail. The female is the only hummingbird in its range with the combination of mostly white underparts and chestnut tail.
- Angehr, George R., and Robert Dean. The Birds of Panama A Field Guide. Ithaca and London: Comstock Publishing Associates, 2010. Print.
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