So only IPhone photos but wanted to show the co-evolution of the White-tipped Sicklebill with the Centropogon sp. So you can see this flower has a very curved entrance, only readily accessible to a species that could get its curved beak in their to feed. The most amazing part is you can see that when it comes in the long tubular appendage of the flower, deposits pollen on the forehead of the hummingbird, it will than cross pollinate the next flower. Life in the rainforest is amazing, there are so many things working together. And unseen is the flower mites grabbing their ride in between the flowers.