The male of this species shows a white patch on his nape (not visible in the front view), but I cannot discern how he connects to the Jacobins, a political organization that emerged in the wake of the French Revolution of 1789. Regardless of history and nomenclature, this spectacularly patterned species inhabits montane foothills and tropical lowlands from Southern Mexico to Bolivia and Brazil. They are fond of hummingbird feeders, and I was able to capture a perched view when this male appeared at the Tinamu Lodge outside Manizales. His royal blue is my absolutely favorite color, and I held onto this mostly standard frame for that reason.
Tinamu Lodge, Manizales, Caldas, Colombia, 7/7/19
Canon 600mm f/4 IS II on EOS 1DX Mark II
1/200 at f/9, ISO 1600