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English: Coppery-headed Emerald
Español: Esmeralda Capirotada
Français : Colibri à tête cuivrée
Deutsch: Bronzekopf-Elvirakolibri
Italiano: Colibrì testa di rame
Nederlands: Koperkop-smaragdkolibrie
Latina: Elvira cupreiceps
Date 20 April 2008
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