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Gould's inca

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Kingdom  Animalia
Genus  Coeligena
Phylum  Chordata
Rank  Species
Family  Trochilidae
Scientific name  Coeligena inca
Higher classification  Coeligena
Order  Apodiformes
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Similar  Green‑headed hillstar, Longuemare's sunangel, Buff‑thighed puffleg, Letitia's thorntail, Fiery‑throated metaltail

The Gould's inca (Coeligena torquata inca) is a hummingbird found in humid Andean forest of south-eastern Peru and Bolivia. It is usually considered a subspecies of the collared inca, but has a rufous (not white) chest-patch. BirdLife International (and consequently IUCN) includes it as a subspecies of the collared inca and therefore do not rate it, but it remains locally fairly common and is unlikely to be threatened.

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The common name commemorates the English ornithologist and bird artist John Gould (1804-1881).

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