lores and crown-band black; above grayish brown washed with pale rusty.
In winter, like the last species, except that the bill is smaller, and the lores are black.
They are distinguished from their allies by having the lores covered with feathers, and the tarsus reticulated back and front.
Smallest of our Vireos; crown ashy, lores and eye-ring whitish.
Similar to No. 544, but the lores wholly gray or whitish, the white line over the eye reaching the bill.
A richer, half concealed, orange crown patch is acquired; the lores and adjacent parts become grayer, the anteorbital spot darker.
Breast yellow, lores black, line over the eye and underparts white; no white on wings or tail.
This Yellow-throat has the crown and ear coverts gray, only the lores and forehead being black.
Adult female: Resembles adult male, but smaller with less blue and more gray on crown; lores and anterior forehead lighter.
lores and forehead black, crown gray, back olive-green; underparts yellow.
Old English lar "learning, what is taught, knowledge, science, doctrine, art of teaching," from Proto-Germanic *laizo (Old Saxon lera, Old Frisian lare, Middle Dutch lere, Dutch leer, Old High German lera, German Lehre "teaching, precept, doctrine"), from PIE *leis- (see learn).