French: Zostérops à bec fort German: Nacktaugen-Brillenvogel Spanish: Anteojitos picogordo
Other common names:
E. J. O. Hartert
south Flores, Lesser Sundas
Sumbawa and Flores (Lesser Sunda Is).
13·5 cm. Has creamy-white forehead, black forecrown with creamy-white feather edges, black on lores and broad region below eye (forming blackish face mask), eyering... read more
Song a very rapid series of loudly whistled, almost trilled notes on even pitch, repeated at c. 4... read more
Mainly primary and degraded semi-evergreen rainforest and moist deciduous monsoon forest; also... read more
Food and feeding
No details of diet. Usually in groups of up to five individuals, also singly and in pairs; often in mixed-species flocks. Forages in... read more
Adults with brood patch and carrying nesting material in early Aug on Sumbawa; season Mar–Oct (peak Apr–Jun) on Flores. Clutch... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Northern Nusa Tenggara EBA. Generally uncommon to rare; locally moderately common. Occurs in very low densities... read more
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