Stripe-faced (-cheeked) Greenbul
Arizelocichla (Andropadus) striifacies
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The stripe-faced greenbul is common in the highland forests of southern Kenya and east and southeast Tanzania where it is endemic. The photos of the netted bird were taken in the Udzungwa Mountains (7-07), courtesy of Dr. Louis A. Hansen who noted: "sexes alike; age: adult; subspecies: none. The bright yellow underparts and the dark and striped ear coverts are diagnostic". The other bird was seen on Mt. Meru (7-13).
 
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copyright © 2001-16 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
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Louis A. Hansen

Last Update this page: 3-06-15