|Scientific name: Appeared caeruleus. |
Cut: 11,5 cm.
Weight: 9 to 12 Grams.
Maximum age: 12 years.
Rate of survival: 30 %.
It is the most common titmouse and the only species of Western Europe which is blue. It is smaller and more round that the coal titmouse, with a shorter nozzle. In fact, blue is limited to the crown, with the wings and the tail, the remainder of the top having a greenish color. The lower part is yellow lemon, with a black line separating the chest and the belly. The cheeks white, are surrounded by a fine stripe dark blue crossing the eye. The female and the young people have colors a little duller.