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Asian stubtail

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Kingdom  Animalia
Family  Cettiidae
Scientific name  Urosphena squameiceps
Higher classification  Urosphena
Order  Passeriformes
Genus  Urosphena
Phylum  Chordata
Rank  Species
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Similar  Urosphena, Eastern crowned warbler, Pale‑legged leaf warbler, Sakhalin leaf warbler, Black‑browed reed warbler

Asian stubtail song


The Asian stubtail (Urosphena squameiceps) is a species of bird in the family Cettiidae. It breeds in Korea, Manchuria and Japan and winters to southern China and northern Southeast Asia. Its natural habitat is temperate forests.

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Asian stubtail song


Description

A small bird with a short tail. Males and females are similar in color, as well as juveniles after fledging; they are brown all over with a paler underpart and a darker brown crest and eyeline.

Distribution and habitat

Breeding Asian stubtails reside in portions of northeast Asia; non-breeding in parts of southeast Asia including Taiwan and SE China, preferring a habitat of undergrowth in evergreen broadleaf or lowland coniferous forest.

Voice

Breeding males produce a high-pitched "shee-shee-shee-shee" or "cee-cee-cee", while both males and females make a call similar to "chott-chott-chott".

References

Asian stubtail Wikipedia


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