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The dusky lark (Pinarocorys nigricans), also known as the dusky bush lark or rufous-rumped bush lark, is a species of lark in the family Alaudidae. It is found in southern Central Africa; it is a summer migrant to more southernly areas. Its natural habitats are dry savannah and subtropical or tropical dry lowland grassland.
Formerly, the dusky lark was classified as belonging to the genera Alauda and Mirafra until moved to Pinarocorys.
Two subspecies are recognized:P. n. nigricans - (Sundevall, 1850): Found in south-eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, north-western Zambia and south-western Tanzania
P. n. occidentis - Clancey, 1968: Found in south-western Democratic Republic of Congo and northern Angola
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