French: Verdin de Sumatra German: Sumatrablattvogel Spanish: Verdín de Sumatra
Upland Sumatra, from Aceh S through Barisan Range to Selatan.
17·7–18·8 cm; one female 40 g. Male has anterior cap back to mid-eye level clear yellow; mask from lores and eye to lower throat black, enclosing long,... read more
Song of paired male in captivity loud and richly melodic; voice not otherwise described.
Middle stratum and canopy of lowland evergreen forest, mature and regenerating, and secondary... read more
Food and feeding
Little known. Probably generalist. Attracted to canopy-level crops of ripe figs (Ficus), but nothing known of other aspects of... read more
In the wild, fledglings attended by adults in Jul. In captivity, one clutch of 2 eggs, incubation period 13–14 days. No other... read more
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Elevated to species level in 2006 and initially not considered to be globally threatened, since its conservation status has been largely ignored. Poorly known.... read more
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