French: Bouscarle des Tanimbar German: Tanimbarseidensänger Spanish: Cetia de las Tanimbar
Yamdena, Tanimbar Islands.
Yamdena, in Tanimbar Is (E Lesser Sundas).
Male 12·5–13 cm, 18·6–20·6 g; female 11–11·5 cm, 13·5–15 g. A medium-sized, ground-loving, short-winged bush-warbler with long and fine bill. Has... read more
Song, from dense thicket or low trees and usually within 2 m of ground, begins with long drawn-out... read more
Dense undergrowth of primary forest, monsoon forest, secondary woodland, bamboo thickets and scrub... read more
Food and feeding
Food not well studied; mainly small invertebrates, including ants (of family Formicidae), heteropteran bugs, beetles (Coleoptera) and... read more
No information availabel. Extremely vocal during wet season, and presumably breeds around that time.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Banda Sea Islands EBA. Common, but very elusive; easily overlooked.... read more
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