Examples from the Web for phainopepla
In Phainopepla n. nitens and in members of the genus Ptilogonys, more flaring occurs in the antorbital region.
Possibly some birds survive not because of, but in spite of, their coloration, and Phainopepla may be a case of this sort.
Dchūrr, dchūrr; when flying, a shrill huit like call-note of Phainopepla.Color Key to North American Birds|Frank M. Chapman
The phainopepla worked busily for some time, flying rapidly back and forth with material.A-Birding on a Bronco|Florence A. Merriam
The phainopepla is a beautiful fellow, with an elegant pointed crest, and plumage shining like satin.The Children's Book of Birds|Olive Thorne Miller