Black-throated Parrotbill

Suthora nipalensis - Paradoxornis à menton noir

Systematics
  • Order 
    :

    Passeriformes

  • Family
    :

    Paradoxornithidés

  • Genus
    :

    Suthora

  • Species
    :

    nipalensis

Descriptor

Hodgson, 1837

Biometrics
  • Size
    : 11 cm
  • Wingspan
    : -
  • Weight
    : 6 à 7 g
Geographic range

Distribution

Description identification

Paradoxornis à menton noir
adult

Black-throated Parrotbill (Suthora nipalensis) is a species of bird in the Paradoxornithidae family.

Subspecific information 10 subspecies

  • Suthora nipalensis nipalensis (w and c Nepal)
  • Suthora nipalensis garhwalensis (n India)
  • Suthora nipalensis humii (e Nepal and Bhutan)
  • Suthora nipalensis crocotia (e Bhutan and w Arunachal Pradesh. ne India.)
  • Suthora nipalensis poliotis (e Arunachal Pradesh to Manipur. ne India. , nw and n Myanmar and sw China)
  • Suthora nipalensis feae (e and s Myanmar, w Thailand)
  • Suthora nipalensis patriciae (Mizoram. ne India.)
  • Suthora nipalensis ripponi (Chin Hills. w Myanmar.)
  • Suthora nipalensis beaulieui (ne Thailand, n and c Laos and nc Vietnam)
  • Suthora nipalensis kamoli (c Vietnam and s Laos)

Foreign names

  • Paradoxornis à menton noir,
  • Picoloro gorjinegro,
  • Grauohr-Papageimeise,
  • Grijswangdiksnavelmees,
  • Psittorinco golanera,
  • svartstrupig papegojnäbb,
  • Harlekinbuttnebb,
  • sutora čiernobradá,
  • sýkořice černohrdlá,
  • Sortstrubet Papegøjenæb,
  • kirjokekonokka,
  • paradoxorni cellut,
  • ogoniatka czarnogardła,
  • melnrīkles apaļknābītis,
  • Сероухая сутора,
  • キバネダルマエナガ,
  • 橙额鸦雀,
  • นกปากนกแก้วหูเทา,
  • 黑喉鴉雀,

Voice song and cries

Habitat

Forest : Subtropical/Tropical Moist Montane ; Shrubland : Subtropical/Tropical High Altitude ; Grassland : Subtropical/Tropical High Altitude ; Artificial/Terrestrial : Subtropical/Tropical Heavily Degraded Former Forest

Geographic range

Sources of information

Other sources of interest

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published: - Updated: 11-09-2016
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