The Sapphire-spangled Emerald is a small hummingbird that occurs in Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil from the Amazon south to Santa Catarina (there are uncertain records from east Ecuador). Both sexes have a bright "sapphire" blue chest and chin. Abdomen is green-blue, with a well-delineated white stripe. Their slightly curved bill has a black upper mandible and a pink lower mandible.
Sapphire-spangled Emerald

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