Liversidge and Voelker, 2002,
Kimberley, South Africa.
This might not be a valid species, since a recent study has shown that the available material in museums is in fact an amalgam of three other taxa: the holotype is an Anthus cinnamomeus, five skins are indistinguishable from A. similis, and another skin is an A. hoeschi#R.
Poorly known. Most records from Kimberley area of C South Africa (E Northern Cape-W Free State); also recorded in NW Northern Cape and E Northern Province, and in S Namibia and on Botswana-South Africa border (Kalagkadi Transfrontier Park).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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