White-lined Tanager - Tachyphonus rufus
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The White-lined Tanager is found from Costa Rica south to northern Argentina and on Trinidad and Tobago. They are sexually dimorphic. The male is mostly black with white underwing coverts and a small white patch on the upperwing. Females and immatures are rufous colored.
Diet consists of fruit, nectar and insects (ants, beetles, etc.)