Topaza pella (Apodiformes - Trochilidae) is a South American species of hummingbird found in Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname and Venezuela.
The Topaza hummingbirds are amongst the largest members of the family, occupying lowland forests of northern Amazonia and the Guianan Shield where they apparently prefer the canopy and edge of forests on sandy soils, particularly along narrow blackwater streams and elsewhere near water.
The Crimson topaz shows sexual dimorphism of foot color and notable age-related variation in plumage.
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Photo credit: ©Jerry Oldenettel
Locality: Barquilla de Fresa Lodge, Las Claritas, Venezuela