Fülleborn's Longclaw
Macronyx fuellebornii
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Fülleborn's longclaw is a south-central African endemic, seen in south-central and southwestern Tanzania. It differs from the yellow--throated longclaw by having light brown flanks and vent and the breast band does not have streaks toward the sides. The left upper flight photo was taken in Sumbawanga (2-11), courtesy of Silas Olofson; the right upper, is courtesy of Martti Vattulainen. The 2nd row photos (left, Kitulo, 1-17; right, Kisolanza, 1-17) are courtesy of Florence and Per Holmen. The left 3rd row bird was seen in Kafue NP (Zambia), courtesy of Mike Graham. The other photos were taken at Lulanzi (2-08), courtesy of Michael Poulsen.
 
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All unattributed images on this website are:
copyright © 2001-17 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
All other images are the property of the indicated photographers:
Michael Poulsen, Martti Vattulainen, Silas Olofson, Mike Graham
Florence & Per Holmen


Last Update this page: 2-18-17