Magenta-throated Woodstar 01389
Magenta-throated Woodstar. Photography based archival fine art print. © Image copyright registered by the maker.
The Magenta-throated Woodstar or Calliphlox bryantae is uncommon. It is found between 1,500 to 7,000 feet feeding at the forest edge. It forages slowly, with a loud buzz and a cocked tail, giving the appearance of an insect.
Prints have a one inch white border that includes the artist's signature and image number.
Mats are dark grey with a thin white reveal. They include the image number and artist's signature. Frames are mat black aluminum.