Genus Manacus


Orange-collared Manakin - It occurs in the lowlands and foothills of the Pacific slope up to 1100 m, being replaced on the Caribbean slopes of tropical Central America by the closely related White-collared Manakin, M. candei, and eastwards of its range to northwestern Colombia by the Golden-collared Manakin, Manacus vitellinus, of which was formerly considered a subspecies.

White-collared Manakin - It occurs in the lowlands and foothills of the Caribbean slope up to 700 m, being replaced on the Pacific slopes of Costa Rica and Panama by the closely related Orange-collared and Golden-collared Manakins.

White-bearded Manakin - This manakin is a fairly common bird of forests, second growth and plantations. The female builds a shallow cup nest low in a tree; two brown-mottled white eggs are laid, and incubated entirely by the female for about 18–19 days, with a further 13–15 days to fledging. The young are fed mainly on regurgitated fruit with some insects.


Golden-collared Manakin - It is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, and Panama. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and heavily degraded former forest.

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Pipridae
Genus : Manacus