French: Zostérops à tête rayée German: Schuppenkopf-Brillenvogel Spanish: Anteojitos cabecirrayado
Other common names:
E. J. O. Hartert
Bonthain Peak, south Sulawesi
Subspecies and Distribution
H. s. stresemanni
(van Marle, 1940) – Mt Ambang and Mt Soputan, in NE Sulawesi.
H. s. striaticeps
(Riley, 1918) – mountains of NC Sulawesi.
H. s. heinrichi
(Stresemann, 1931) – Tentolo-Matinan Mts, in NW Sulawesi.
H. s. stachyrina
(Stresemann, 1932) – Latimojong Mts, in SC Sulawesi.
H. s. squamiceps
(E. J. O. Hartert, 1896) – Bonthain Peak (Lompobattang Mts), in S Sulawesi.
H. s. analoga
(Stresemann, 1932) – Mengkoka Mts, in SE Sulawesi.
12 cm; 14–15 g. Nominate race has crown dark sepia, becoming lighter inwards, feathers having grey base, white shaft streak and white edges at tip, sides of head grey;... read more
Song a warbled series, lasting 4–5 seconds, consisting of loud, clear, sibilant high-pitched... read more
Primary montane forest and forest edge and secondary growth, at 1000–2500 m; absent from... read more
Food and feeding
Diet includes fruits. In pairs and small groups; often in mixed-species foraging flocks in association with Zosterops montanus,... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Sulawesi EBA. Generally widespread and common. Not uncommon in C Sulawesi; apparently of restricted distribution... read more
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