SCIENTIFIC NAME: Anthracothorax veraguensis
The Veraguan Mango is a species of hummingbird in the family Trochilidae.
It is a medium-sized hummingbird species, reaching lengths of 4.33 – 4.72 inches.
Both sexes are metallic green with a slightly decurved, dark gray beak, and black tail feathers with a red circle central to each feather.
Males have a blueish breast and belly, whilst females have a white-cream belly with a dark teal stripe running down the breast.
Feeds on nectar and invertebrates.
Found in habitats including forests, second growth, gardens, and mangroves.
Found in Panama and recently in Costa Rica.