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White-bellied tanagers are up to 14 cm long. The head and breast are predominantly light blue, whereas the wings and the tail are dark blue and the belly is whitish. Tanagers belong to the order of passerines and are endemic to South America. White-bellied tanagers live isolated in the South-east of Brazil. A clutch comprises of 2–3 eggs that are incubated by the females for 12–14 days.

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