French: Pouillot de Martens German: Omeilaubsänger Spanish: Mosquitero de Martens
Other common names:
Emei Shan Warbler
Martens et al.
Emei Shan, Sichuan, China
EC China (N Yunnan, Sichuan, Shaanxi, Hubei, Guizhou, probably also S Gansu); non-breeding SE Asia.
11–12 cm. Has median crownstripe dull pale grey to bright grey with very little pale greenish admixed, especially on forehead (rarely, forehead nearly all green);... read more
Song consists of short (c. 0·6–1·3 seconds) abrupt strophes of varied whistled... read more
Breeds in upper part of warm temperate evergreen broadleaf forest zone, and in lower part of cool... 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, primarily as a result of previous taxonomic confusion. On basis of male singing activity, main season probably May... read more
Migratory. Non-breeding distribution poorly known; common winter visitor to continental Thailand,... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Locally abundant within very small known range. No population estimates available.
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