French: Pouillot de l’Omei German: Emeilaubsänger Spanish: Mosquitero del Emei
Alström and Olsson, 1995,
Emei Shan, Sichuan, China.
c. 11–12 cm. A medium-sized leaf-warbler with well-marked plumage. Has prominent pale yellowish-tinged supercilium, distinct dark grey-green eyestripe, pale grey-... read more
Song a clear, slightly quivering, straight trill between c. 4 and 6 kHz, usually lasting 3–4... read more
Occurs in temperate deciduous broadleaf forest, sometimes with some spruce (Picea) or fir... read more
Food and feeding
Known to eat insects, but no studies undertaken.
No information. On basis of male singing activity, presumably begins in mid-Apr to late Apr. Unlike male P. reguloides, does not... read more
Virtually unknown. Appears on breeding grounds in latter part of Apr. One record from E part of S... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Chinese Subtropical Forests EBA. Locally common. Very poorly known species; fieldwork required in order to... read more
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