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Despite its name, the Brazilian Tanager (Ramphocelus bresilius) is not quite endemic to the lowlands of the Atlantic Forest biome of eastern Brazil, being also found in extreme northeast Argentina. Males are brilliant scarlet-red with a black tail and wings, and a very obviously pale mandible to the bill. Females are less distinctively plumaged and recall, and are generally much redder over the underparts than any similar species.
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