Djebel Babor, Algeria.
A member of a species group that contains also S. whiteheadi, S. krueperi, S. villosa, S. yunnanensis and S. canadensis. Differs from others of group in being slightly larger and less restricted to coniferous forest. Recent evidence from mitochondrial DNA suggests that its closest relative is S. krueperi, with rest being more distantly related. Monotypic.
Taza National Park, Mt Babor, Tamentout and Djimla in Petite Kabylie mountain region, NE Algeria.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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