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Red-tailed Comet - Sappho sparganura | ©Glenn Bartley (Bolivia, South America) 
Known in Spanish as Picaflor o Colibrí cometa, the Red-tailed Comet, Sappho sparganura (Trochiliformes - Trochilidae) is one of the most impressive hummingbirds you can find in Bolivia and Argentina.
The male has a spectacular, long, iridescent, golden-reddish tail up to 22 cm in length. The female has a shorter reddish-bronze tail and reaches 15 cm in length. 

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Red-tailed Comet - Sappho sparganura | ©Glenn Bartley (Bolivia, South America)

Known in Spanish as Picaflor o Colibrí cometa, the Red-tailed Comet, Sappho sparganura (Trochiliformes - Trochilidae) is one of the most impressive hummingbirds you can find in Bolivia and Argentina.

The male has a spectacular, long, iridescent, golden-reddish tail up to 22 cm in length. The female has a shorter reddish-bronze tail and reaches 15 cm in length. 

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Borboleta-labareda - Dryas iulia | ©Cláudio Dias Timm   (Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
The dazzling orange Dryas iulia (Nymphalidae) is widespread and common in the southern United States, Central America and much of the Caribbean, and occurs throughout all of the tropical and subtropical areas of South America [1].
Dryas iulia is commonly known as Julia Butterfly, Julia Heliconian, The Flame, or Flambeau [2].

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Borboleta-labareda - Dryas iulia | ©Cláudio Dias Timm   (Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)

The dazzling orange Dryas iulia (Nymphalidae) is widespread and common in the southern United States, Central America and much of the Caribbean, and occurs throughout all of the tropical and subtropical areas of South America [1].

Dryas iulia is commonly known as Julia Butterfly, Julia Heliconian, The Flame, or Flambeau [2].