The Guianan Red-Cotinga (Phoenicircus carnifex) is a species of bird in the Cotingidae family, the cotingas. It is one of two species in the genus Phoenicircus.
Males call and display at dispersed leks of several individuals. During the display flight, they produce a whistle with their wings, followed by a vocal whistle. More commonly heard, however, is a whistled, three-note advertising call
The species is sexually dimorphic with the male being a bright turquoise-blue with a large deep wine-red throat and black to the wings, tail and back. The female is overall dull brownish-gray with darker wings and faint mottling below.
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