The Azulinho is a passerine bird in the Cardinals family. Also known as Azulinho-the-south.
Measures 14,5cm. in length.
Almost a miniature Bluebird (Cyanoloxia brissoni), but less robust, longer legs and relatively small nozzle. Fluent corner rapid progress. Females and pups are gray.
Has 3 to 4 litters per year, with 2 to 3 eggs in each.
Typical of tropical dry forest edges, residual mesophile forests, Espinilho park in the southwest of Rio Grande do Sul, araucaria forest edges and moist forests of southern Brazil. Usually solitary, appears during winter in São Paulo, where little vocalizes, easily passing unnoticed.