It is a typical Myiarchus flycatcher; partially crested with a brown to gray back and head, a rufous tail and yellow to pale underparts. It is closely related to and similar in appearance to the dusky-capped flycatcher (M. tuberculifer), brown-crested flycatcher (M. tyrannulus) and the great crested flycatcher (M. crinitus). These species are best distinguished by voice.
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- BirdLife species factsheet for Myiarchus yucatanensis
- "Myiarchus yucatanensis". Avibase.
- "Yucatan flycatcher media". Internet Bird Collection.
- Yucatan flycatcher photo gallery at VIREO (Drexel University)
- Yucatan flycatcher species account at NeotropicalBirds (Cornell University)
- Interactive range map of Myiarchus yucatanensis at IUCN Red List maps
- Audio recordings of Yucatan flycatcher on Xeno-canto.
- Myiarchus yucatanensis in the Flickr: Field Guide Birds of the World
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