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Dull-blue Flycatcher | by Moments in the Wild By Sandaruwan
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Dull-blue Flycatcher

An endemic species of Sri Lanka, which occurs at various altitudes, but most abundant at 3,950–6,000 ft (1,200–1,830 m).

The body length is about 6 in (15 cm). The sexes are colored alike, having an ashy-blue back, head, chest, and tail and a whiter belly. The forehead is a brighter blue color, and a black line runs forward from the eyes. The juvenile is more spotted.

Pattipola, Sri Lanka

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Taken on May 9, 2010