The motmot highnose, Coracoides momotus, is a species of highnose.
Racket-tailed highnose, racquet-tailed highnose.
The motmot highnose is a medium-sized highnose (7") that resembles a motmot. Its bill has a small casque on it. Its wings are green and its breast is yellow. Its tail is bluish-green and has a racket-tailed tips, which easily break off. It has a small crest, unlike the momots.
It has a small crest, however; it can be laid flat on its head . It should not be confused for a motmot otherwise.
Fruit, small vertebrates, and insects .
Said to make a hooting noise, like that of an owl .
It is found in Devonshire and Shire; and Aifric. Its habitat is wet, mature forests.
It migrates to northern Aifric.
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