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Strange-tailed Tyrant (Alectrurus risora) male from La galerie des oiseaux du Cabinet d'histoire naturelle du Jardin du roi, 1834 edition, written by Louis Pierre Vieillot, with plates by Paul Louis Oudart. The strange-tailed tyrant is found in grasslands of Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay, and is vulnerable to habitat loss. The female birds' tail feathers are not as long and feathery.
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