French: Zostérops de Goodfellow German: Gnomenbrillenvogel Spanish: Anteojitos enmascarado
Other common names:
E. J. O. Hartert
Mount Apo, Mindanao, Philippines
Subspecies and Distribution
H. g. malindangensis
(Mearns, 1909) – W Mindanao (Mt Malindang), in S Philippine Is.
H. g. gracilis
(Mees, 1969) – NE Mindanao (Mt Hilong-Hilong, in Diuata Mts).
H. g. goodfellowi
(E. J. O. Hartert, 1903) – C & S Mindanao (Mt Kitanglad, Mt McKinley, Mt Apo, Mt Matutum, Mt Mayo).
13·3 cm; male 19·5 g, female 20·7 g, unsexed 18·2–22·3 g. Nominate race has forehead and supraloral region grey-brown, indistinct... read more
Musical whistle, “tu-pik chu-beer” and “su si deer”, the two often uttered... read more
Submontane and montane forest and forest edge, from 1250 m to 2400 m.
Food and feeding
No details of diet. In parties and in mixed flocks with Hypocryptadius cinnamomeus, Zosterops montanus and Black-and-... read more
Birds with enlarged gonads in Feb–May. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally treatened. Restricted-range species: present in Mindanao and the Eastern Visayas EBA. Common to not uncommon, at least locally, e.g. common on Mt Kitanglad... read more
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