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The green figbird or Timor figbird (Sphecotheres viridis) is a species of bird in the family Oriolidae. It is endemic to forest, woodland, mangrove and scrub on the south-east Asian islands of Timor and Roti. It is moderately common, and therefore considered to be of Least Concern by BirdLife International and the IUCN.
Green figbird Wikipedia
Formerly, some authorities have classified the green figbird in the genus Oriolus. It has sometimes included the two other figbirds as subspecies, in which case the combined species simply was known as "figbird", but today all major authorities consider them as separate species.
It resembles the more widespread Australasian figbird, but is smaller and, except for the paler crissum (around the cloaca), the male is entirely yellow-olive below (including the throat).