French: Pouillot soeur German: Thailaubsänger Spanish: Mosquitero soror
Other common names:
Alström's Leaf Warbler,
Alström and Olsson
Hopiachen, Sichuan, China
Disjunct areas in EC & SE China (S Shaanxi, Sichuan, Guizhou, Guangxi and recently found in Henan; NE Jiangxi, N Fujian)#R; non-breeding extreme S China and SE Asia.
11–12 cm. Has median crownstripe dull pale grey with a little pale greenish admixed, forehead usually greenish; lateral crownstripe greyish-black, fading out on... read more
Song simple, consisting of short (0·7–1·5 seconds), quick strophes usually with short “chip”... read more
Breeds in warm temperate evergreen broadleaf forest zone; in lush undergrowth in mature forest, and... read more
Food and feeding
Known to eat insects, but no studies undertaken. Forages mainly in understorey; catching of prey often involves short flights.
No certain information, as a result of previous taxonomic confusion. On basis of male singing activity, main season probably May–Jun.
Migratory. Winters in S Myanmar, Thailand (including peninsula), Cambodia and S Vietnam; probably... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Locally common to abundant; no population estimates available.
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