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- Eutoxeres aquila
12-14cm. Strongly decurved bill, underparts black and white streaked, upperparts dark green, rectrices green and brown with contrasting white tips. Sexes are alike. Immatures resemble adults. Subspecies are alike.
Undergrowth of humid lowland or montane forest.
The diet includes nectar.
It builds a cup nest loosely woven from rootlets and plant fibres attached by cobweb underneath a long, hanging leaf. 2 eggs are laid and incubated by the female for 16–17 days. Chick is black with gray dorsal down; fledging 22–25 days.