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    Green Honeycreepers (Chlorophanes spiza) are brightly colored tanagers found from southern Mexico to Brazil.

  • T Musgrove

    Green Honeycreeper - Now that's a pretty bird!

  • Amy Reed

    Green Honey Creeper, Male

  • Kaye Walsh

    Green Honeycreeper, Singapore..isn't this just the most beautiful bird? <3

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    Honeycreeper ~ Miks' Pics "Fowl Feathered Friends l" board @

  • Marilyn Raffii

    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 in Trinidad. It the only member of the genus Chlorophanes. The Purplish Honeycreeper, Chlorophanes Purpurascens, a bird from Venezuela known only from the type specimen, is now thought to be an intergeneric hybrid between the Green Honeycreeper and either the Red-legged Honeycreeper or the Blue Dacnis.

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Green Honeycreeper is a small bird in the tanager family. It is found from southern Mexico south to Brazil, and on Trinidad

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