French: Alcippe de Grote German: Weißbauchalcippe Spanish: Fulveta cejinegra
Other common names:
Alcippe nipalensis grotei
Col des Nuages (16°11’ N, 108°08’ E), Annam, Vietnam
Subspecies and Distribution
A. g. eremita
Riley, 1936 – SE Thailand and SW Cambodia#R.
A. g. grotei
Delacour, 1936 – C & S Laos, E Cambodia and Vietnam.
15·5–16·5 cm. Crown and nape are dull grey, shading to dull rufous-tinged brown on upperparts, upperwing and tail; blackish line beginning before eye as... read more
Song “yu-chi-chiwi-chu-woo”, “yu-uwii-ii-uwoo”, “yu-uwii-uwoo... read more
Broadleaf evergreen and semi-evergreen forest, logged and secondary forest, and scrub, at up to... read more
Food and feeding
Presumably small invertebrates and some vegetable matter; strangler figs reported, although possible that insects in fruit were the target... read more
Feb–Jul in Vietnam. Nest a lightly built cup attached to stems of overhanging fern 1 m above ground. Clutch 3 eggs. No further... read more
Status and conservation
Not assessed. Common across range. Abundant in Xe Pian National Biodiversity Conservation Area (NBCA), Dong Hua Sao NBCA and Phou Xang He NBCA, in Laos. Locally common... read more
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