|Scientific classification Coeligena|
It is threatened by habitat loss.
It gave its greatest preference however to Abutilon sp. and Bomarea caldasii - species not native to the area.
It is a generally quiet species with occasional short 'ick's or 'pip's.
Consequently, it was downlisted to Vulnerable in 2008.
It remains endangered nationally in Columbia however, due to a 90% habitat loss.
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