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The Spot-backed Puffbird (Nystalus maculatus) is a species of bird in the Bucconidae family, the puffbirds. It is found in eastern Brazil, eastern Bolivia, Paraguay and northern Argentina. It is found in various open to semi-open habitats, ranging from arid Caatinga to semi-humid woodland along the lower Amazon River.

Spot-backed Puffbird (Nystalus maculatus) An evil-looking puffbird inhabiting dry forests from Peru to Argentina. This is the nominate subspecies from Brazil, which is usually called Caatinga Puffbird when split.

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White-chested Puffbird, Malacoptila fusca: BR/ CO/ EC/ the Guyanas/ PE/ SR/ VE

This is a White-chested Puffbird (Malacoptila fusca) photo page of the Mangoverde World Bird Guide.

Yellow-Rumped Honeyguide. Indicator xanthonotus. They have this name because they guide large animals (dating back even to early humans) to beehives so that the animal can destroy the hive, allowing the Honeyguide to scavenge the leftovers.

They have this name because they guide large animals (dating back even to early humans) to beehives so that the animal can destroy the hive, allowing the Honeyguide to scavenge the leftovers.

Tawny Piculet (Picumnus fulvescens)

Tawny Piculet (Picumnus fulvescens) A male on a branch.

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