French: Zostérops de Rennell German: Rennellbrillenvogel Spanish: Anteojitos de la Rennell
Rennell, Solomon Islands
Rennell, in SE Solomon Is.
c. 12 cm; 12–17 g. Plumage is olive-green above, with little or no yellow on forehead and above lores; lores greenish dusky, eyering no more than a narrow area of... read more
Song and call different from those of congeners, approaching voice of Woodfordia superciliosa... read more
Forest, especially forest edge; less common in regrowth and scrub.
Food and feeding
Insects, e.g. locusts (Orthoptera), also spiders (Araneae), small seeds, and variety of fruits smaller than 0·8 cm (including ... read more
Few data. Cup-shaped nest 2·5–5 cm in diameter, built from dead leaves and moss woven together, much live green moss on... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restrictedrange species: present in Rennell and Bellona EBA. Common and widespread within range. The only white-eye on Rennell, where it is one of... read more
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