French: Miro à ventre jaune German: Gelbbauchschnäpper Spanish: Petroica ventrigualda
Other common names: Yellow-bellied Flyrobin
New Caledonia (Grande Terre, I of Pines).
14–15 cm; 10·5–14·5 g. Has pale grey lores, light grey face, ear-coverts and side of neck; crown and upperparts, including upperwing-coverts, dark... read more
Song is a repeated short warble with phrases of rapid short peeps combined with many liquid notes;... read more
Dry lowland woods, pine-pandanus (Pinus-Pandanus) forest, and humid forest. From... read more
Food and feeding
Insects. Forages below 3 m. Prey usually captured on the ground, occasionally in low bushes. Drops onto prey in the leaf litter.
Season Sept–Mar; probably double-brooded. Nest a cup of grass and other thin vegetation, bound externally with spider web and... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in New Caledonia EBA. Reported to be fairly common, at any rate in parts of range. Present in Rivière... read more
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