The Crimson-backed Tanager (Ramphocelus dimidiatus) is one of the smaller members of the Tanager family.
Distribution / Range
It is found in Central and South America, specifically the countries of Colombia, Panama and Venezuela. It also occurs in the French Polynesia - a group of islands in the southern Pacific Ocean. They are usually seen in family groups and prefer lowland forests.
The males have a bright crimson back along with a white lower mandible (bill). The plumage of the females and juveniles are a rich brown.
Species Research by Sibylle Johnson
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