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Specimen Records: 130
Specimens with Sequences: 84
Specimens with Barcodes: 80
Species: 15
Species With Barcodes: 15
Public Records: 47
Public Species: 12
Public BINs: 20
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Trogon (genus)

Trogon is a genus of near passerine birds in the trogon family. Its members occur in forests and woodlands of the Americas, ranging from southeastern Arizona to northern Argentina.

They have large eyes, stout hooked bills, short wings, and long, squared-off, strongly graduated tails; black and white tail-feather markings form distinctive patterns on the underside. Males have richly colored metallic plumage, metallic on the upperparts.[1] Although many have brightly coloured bare eye-rings, they lack the colorful patches of bare facial skin in their African counterparts, Apaloderma.[2] Females and young are duller and sometimes hard to identify in the field.[1] Eggs are white or bluish-white, unlike the pale blue eggs of quetzals.[2] See the family account for further details.

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  1. ^ a b Hilty, Steven L. (2003), Birds of Venezuela, Princeton University Press, p. 438, ASIN 0691092508, ISBN 0-691-09250-8 
  2. ^ a b Williamson, Sheri L.; Colston, P. R. (2003), "Trogons", in Christopher Perrins (editor), Firefly Encyclopedia of Birds, Firefly Books, pp. 362–363, ISBN 1-55297-777-3 
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