These are the wood-shrike, the minivet and the cuckoo-shrike.
But the beauty of the minivet is not merely that of colouring.
This minivet was common at the Cocoa Research Station, where it usually inhabited the shade trees in the cocoa groves.
It is impossible to mistake a minivet, but it is quite another matter to say to which species any particular minivet belongs.
Few are the lurking insects that escape the bright little eye of the minivet.
This longitudinal red or yellow wing-band characterises most species of minivet.
That's a minivet; she covers her nest with lichens so that on a lichen-covered limb it looks like a knot.