Definition of Derby flycatcher
: a large conspicuously marked tyrant flycatcher (Pitangus sulphuratus) found in tropical America and northward to southern Texas
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Origin and Etymology of derby flycatcher
after Edward S. Stanley, 13th earl of Derby †1851 English zoologist
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