French: Zostérops à gorge citron German: Sulawesibrillenvogel Spanish: Anteojitos anómalo
Other common names:
A. B. Meyer and Wiglesworth
Ujung Pandang (Makassar), south Sulawesi
S peninsula of Sulawesi (S from Bolong and Rantepao, in Quarles Mts).
12 cm. Has forehead and supraloral region yellow, broad dull black loral line continuing backwards to encompass whole eye, thus black eyering (white feathers that would make... read more
Song a muted series of slightly musical, teetering, chattering notes, 1–2 seconds in duration... read more
Scrubby deforested hills, disturbed primary forest, secondary forest with open canopy, forest edge... read more
Food and feeding
No details of diet. Singly, in pairs or in single-species flocks of up to 15 individuals; also in mixed-species foraging flocks. Forages in... read more
Old nest in Apr; adults carrying nest material observed in Aug or Sept; courtship seen in Jan. Nest a relatively flat cup, exterior... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Sulawesi EBA. Locally common. Rather common north to Rantepao in 1987. Appears to be adaptable and not dependent... read more
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