| Inagua Woodstar (Calliphlox lyrura)|
Length: 7.8–10.16cm (3.0–4")
Description: A small hummingbird with short, somewhat decurved black bill, post-ocular white spot; green upperparts with sporadic gold weaves, white chest, and rufous/olive-buff abdomen; male (♂): iridescent forehead, iridescent reddish-blue throat and a forked tail with lyre-shaped feathers; female (♂): white throats and rounded tails, like female Bahama Woodstar; the immature bird has a white throat, like immature Bahama Woodstar.
Habitat: littoral forest, gardens, parks, clearings, scrub, forest edges, and pine forest.
Range: Inagua Island, The Bahamas
Note: The Inagua Woodstar is a member of the "bees" clade In October 2014 the American Ornithological Society accepted the Inaqua Woodstar as a separate species from the Bahama Woodstar (see news). This species is further distinguished form the Bahama Woodstar by a narrower range of vocalization and by modest differences in courtship shuttle displays.
Inagua Woodstar of The Bahamas
1FEO, Teresa J., et al. Divergence in morphology, calls, song, mechanical sounds, and genetics supports species status for the Inaguan hummingbird (Trochilidae: Calliphlox "evelynae" lyrura). BioOne. [Online] December 17, 2014. [Cited: March 5, 2018.] https://doi.org/10.1642/AUK-14-108.1