The purpose of this shot is to appreciate the colouration of the mantle and wings. The concolourus olive shade is equal throughout bird's back, even stretching to lesser and median wing-coverts along with the alula. Again typical.
|Here you can see two Collybita types at different positions. Attributes almost identical but clearly shows on left hand bird that the olive colouration extends to rump as well.|
Same birds as above but this time possibly better for alternative identification; left hand bird showing yellow hue all over body, not just in flanks which makes the job a lot opposed to a paler Collybita type.
|Yet again same bird. encore, buff cheeks, faint supericllium, grey/brown mantle and cap, indistinct flanks with just off-white tint and significantly conflicting pigments between wing and mantle. All these features to separate Collybita.|