The Violet-crowned Woodnymph (Thalurania colombica), also known as the purple-crowned woodnymph, is a medium-sized Central as well as South American hummingbird.
The types populates wet lowlands and foothills as much as 2500 meters (~ 8,200 feet). It is a small hummingbird averaging 10.2 cm (approx.4 inches) long as well as weighs 4.5 grams (0.16 oz).
The man has a violet crown, upper back, shoulders as well as stomach. It has eco-friendly throat, bust, and reduced back. The lady is bright green above and duller environment-friendly listed below, with a grey throat and bust.