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The red-throated ant tanager (Habia fuscicauda salvini) will follow army ant columns especially in lowlands where antbirds are uncommon. The male is a dull dusky red, somewhat paler below, and with a bright red throat and central crown. The female is brownish olive, paler and greyer below, and with a yellow throat and small dull yellow crown stripe. It is a resident breeder on the Caribbean slopes from southeastern Mexico to eastern Panama.
Red throated ant tanager