Bernieridae – Madagascan Warblers

Long-billed Bernieria (Bernieria madagascariensis) WikiC

Long-billed Bernieria (Bernieria madagascariensis) WikiC

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CLASS – AVES, Order – PASSERIFORMES, Family – Bernieridae – Malagasy warblers


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Species (11)

White-throated Oxylabes (Oxylabes madagascariensis) IBC – ©Drawing WikiC
Long-billed Bernieria (Bernieria madagascariensis) ©WikiC
____ (Bernieria madagascariensis madagascariensis) IBC
Cryptic Warbler (Cryptosylvicola randrianasoloi) IBC
Wedge-tailed Jery (Hartertula flavoviridis) IBC
Thamnornis (Thamnornis chloropetoides) ©WikiC- Video IBC
Spectacled Tetraka (Xanthomixis zosterops) ©Flickr David Cook
Appert’s Tetraka (Xanthomixis apperti) ©Flickr Amy McAndrews
Dusky Tetraka (Xanthomixis tenebrosa) WorldBirds
Grey-crowned Tetraka (Xanthomixis cinereiceps) IBC
Madagascan Yellowbrow (Crossleyia xanthophrys) IBC
Rand’s Warbler (Randia pseudozosterops) IBC
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The Malagasy warblers are a newly validated clade of songbirds. They were formally named Bernieridae in 2010. The family consists of 11 species of small forest birds and is endemic to Madagascar. (Wikipedia)

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