French: Bulbul à ventre fauve German: Angolabülbül Spanish: Bulbul ventrirrufo
Phyllostrephus [sic] fulviventris
Chinchoxo, Loango Coast, Cabinda, Angola
Extreme W DRCongo and NW & W Angola (Cabinda, and from Uíge and Cuanza Norte S to W Huíla and N Namibe).
c. 19 cm; male 32–38 g, female 27–30 g. Undistinguished-looking greenbul. Head is olive-grey, palest on forehead, lores pale, conspicuous white broken eyering... read more
Burry, nasal chattering; alarm call said to be loud, sharp “tsik-tschirr-tschirr”.
Gallery forest, riparian thicket in dry Croton woodland, forest patches in savanna,... read more
Food and feeding
Little information; eats insects, including orthopterans. Forages mostly at low levels, including on ground, where searches in dead leaves... read more
Birds in breeding condition recorded in Aug–Sept. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Poorly known; considered not uncommon overall, but its status is unclear. Reports that it occurs in coastal SW Gabon are unconfirmed. Known to to... read more
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