Red-fronted Barbet
Tricholaema diademata
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The red-fronted barbet is a northeast African endemic, widespread in dry bush and woodland. Note the flank spots. The upper two photos were taken in the Serengeti, courtesy of Per Holmen. The left lower photo was taken in Engikaret (6-08); the right lower, in the Serengeti(10-10); the others, in Orkesumet (10-06). Click the photo above to see 11 enlargements including a female.
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All unattributed images on this website are:
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Joseph Morlan, Per Holmen, Michael Oates, Karine Van der Vurst

Last Update this page: 8-06-22