French: Miro des Tanimbar German: Tanimbarschnäpper Spanish: Petroica de las Tanimbar
Other common names:
P. L. Sclater
Tanimbar Is (Larat, Yamdena).
12 cm. Has rather ill-defined yellow supercilium stretching from base of bill to behind eye, dusky ear-coverts; crown and upperparts, including upperwing and tail,... read more
Song is a series of 12–14 sweet warbling notes; occasionally a higher-pitched version of this. read more
Mangroves, forest, forest edge and open woodland; in lowlands.
Food and feeding
Insects. Frequents middle storey, seldom below 10 m. Prey captured in short flights from exposed perch. May join mixed-species foraging... read more
Almost no information. A nest in Nov was a small cup on horizontal branch of a tree; adult apparently incubating.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Banda Sea Islands EBA. Common within very small range, but substantial... read more
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