The Buff-tailed Coronet, Boissonneaua flavescens, is a hummingbird found in Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela. Its genus name comes from the characteristic New England spelling, “Boissonneault”, of the French “Boissonneau”, a topographic name for someone who lives near a clump of bushes, “buisson" (a derivative of bois 'wood', 'copse'), or in an area characterized by similar vegetation.
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