French: Pouillot d’Ogilvie-Grant German: Ogilvielaubsänger Spanish: Mosquitero de Ogilvie Grant
Acanthopneuste davisoni ogilvie-granti
Guadun, north-west Fujian
Subspecies and Distribution
P. o. disturbans
(La Touche, 1922) – C & SE China (Sichuan, S Gansu and SW Shaanxi S to SE Yunnan, E to S Hunan and Guangdong). Non-breeding in S part of breeding range and in Indochina.
P. o. ogilviegranti
(La Touche, 1922) – SE China (mountains of NW Fujian and Guangxi, probably also N Guangdong); non-breeding probably Vietnam#R.
P. o. klossi
(Riley, 1922) – S Laos and SC & S Vietnam.
10–11 cm. Medium-sized, well-marked leaf-warbler. Nominate race has long bright yellow supercilium, dark olive lores and eyestripe, well-defined broad yellow central... read more
Song is a short warbled phrase c. 1·5 seconds long, e.g. “ti-see-chee-sui”, lacking any clear... read more
Mixed forest, also broadleaf evergreen forest, between 900 m and 2565 m; similar habitat at lower... read more
Food and feeding
Diet consists of small invertebrates. Forages singly or in pairs; often in small groups in first half of Apr; outside breeding season also... read more
Season Feb–Jun. Nest a ball of grasses, moss, leaves and other material, placed on ground or up to 3 m above ground (mostly below 0·5 m) in... read more
Largely sedentary or short-distance altitudinal migrant in SE Asia (Indochina). Chinese populations... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Relatively uncommon in China; common in Indochina (SE Asia). This species has a very large range, within which its population size... read more
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