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- n. Alternative spelling of leaf warbler.
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White-cheeked tit (Aegithalos leucogenys) and Brooks's leaf-warbler (Phylloscopus subvirdis) are limited to the juniper 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.
The Tytler's leaf-warbler and the Kashmir flycatcher breed in the northwestern Himalaya, including in this ecoregion, but migrate to the Western Ghats during the winter.
To help you out, I should tell you that the limestone leaf-warbler is very like the sulphur-breasted warbler, but smaller and with a larger beak.
The bird has been called the limestone leaf-warbler.