French: Camaroptère de Hartert German: Hartertbogenflügel Spanish: Camaróptera de Hartert
Camaroptera griseoviridis harterti
Canhoca, north Angola
Escarpment forests of WC Angola from Luanda E to Malanje, S in Cuanza Sul to Kumbira Forest Reserve#R.
10–11 cm; 10–12 g. A localized camaroptera with distinctive green tail and whitish underparts. Male has dark brownish-grey crown, mantle, back and rump, green... read more
Male song a loud “chack-chack-chack-chack” repeated 4–8 times, or faster “tjip-tjip-tjip…” or... read more
Dense forest understorey, including secondary forest, old coffee plantations and adjacent thickets.
Food and feeding
Diet poorly known; presumably mainly insects. Forages by gleaning from foliage and twigs.
Little known; probably occurs Mar–Jun. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not assessed. Restricted-range species, confined to the Western Angolan EBA. Fairly common within its small range. Its occurrence in secondary habitats, including old coffee... read more
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