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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Phylloscopidae.

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  • An additional nine montane endemics in common with Mt Cameroon and Bioko, these are Psalidoprocne fuliginosa, Andropadus tephrolaemus, Phyllastrephus poensis, Phylloscopus herberti, Urolais epichlora, Poliolais lopezi, Nectarinia oritis, Nectarinia ursulae, Nesocharis shelleyi.

    Cameroonian Highlands forests

  • Phylogeny and species limits in the Palearctic Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita) complex: mitochondrial genetic variation and bioacoustic evidence.

    Canary Islands dry woodlands and forests

  • White-cheeked tit (Aegithalos leucogenys) and Brooks's leaf-warbler (Phylloscopus subvirdis) are limited to the juniper woodlands.

    Baluchistan xeric woodlands

  • Brooks's leaf-warbler (Phylloscopus subvirdis), Kashmir nuthatch (Sitta cashmirensis), orange bullfinch (Pyrrhula aurantiaca), and Tytler's leaf-warbler (Phylloscopus tytleri) are some of the restricted-range species in the open coniferous and deciduous forest throughout the ecoregion.

    East Afghan montane conifer forests

  • It supports two endemic bird species, the Hainan leaf warbler (Phylloscopus hainanus), which is listed as vulnerable, and the Hainan partridge (Aborophila ardens), listed as endangered.

    Hainan Island monsoon rain forests

  • Ibáñez et al. (2001) did find fresh, recently cut passerine wings (of a Robin Erithacus rubecula and Wood warbler Phylloscopus sibilatrix) underneath the bats they were netting, and they also found Robin feathers adhering to the claws of one of the captured bats.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Non-monophyletic taxa and cryptic species – evidence from a molecular phylogeny of leaf-warblers (Phylloscopus, Aves).

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • _Plectrophanes_, two or three species of _Sylvia_, one _Phylloscopus_, and the _Motacilla_ must be added.

    Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

  • Phylloscopus tytleri, _Brooks, Hume, Rough Draft N. & E. _ no. 560 bis.

    The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1

  • _P. viridanus_ is an inhabitant of brushwood ravines, at 9000 and 10,000 feet elevation; while _P. tytleri_ is exclusively a pine-forest _Phylloscopus_.

    The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1

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