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Manipur fulvetta

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Manipur fulvetta
Manipur fulvetta perching on a tree branch
Scientific classification Edit this classification
Domain: Eukaryota
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Order: Passeriformes
Family: Paradoxornithidae
Genus: Fulvetta
F. manipurensis
Binomial name
Fulvetta manipurensis

Alcippe cinereiceps manipurensis
Alcippe manipurensis
Fulvetta manipurensis
Fulvetta manipurensis manipurensis
Proparus manipurensis

The Manipur fulvetta or Manipur streak-throated fulvetta (Latin: Fulvetta manipurensis) is a species of bird. It belongs to the biological family Sylviidae. It is named after Manipur State in Northeast India. Like the other typical fulvettas, it was included in the Timaliidae genus Alcippe for a very long time. Additionally, it was included in F. cinereiceps as a subspecies for a very long time. The common name "streak-throated fulvetta" is related to all the birds of its species. The typical F. cinereiceps are now called "Grey-hooded fulvetta".

It is found in Manipur of Northeast India, Myanmar and Yunnan of China.

Its natural home are temperate forests. Its condition was first checked up for the IUCN Red List in 2008. It was listed as a "Species of Least Concern".[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. BLI (2008a,b)

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