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Alternate name
Henicopernis infuscatus Scientific name
Accipitriformes Order
Acciptridae Family
50 cm Length
  Habitat
Altitude
Range
Clutch
Arthropods, lizards, birds and birds' eggs Food  
  Habits
3317 - TSN: 175451 World Number
Vulnerable Status

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Czech: Vcelojed cerný, včelojed tmavý
Danish: Sort Hvepsevåge
German: Bismarckweih
English: Black Honey Buzzard, Black Honey-buzzard, New Britain Buzzard, New Britain Honey Buzzard, New Britain Honey-buzzard
Spanish: Abejero Negro, Halcón Abejero Negro
Estonian: tõmmu-herilaseviu
Finnish: Tumma-ampiaishaukka
French: Bondrée de l'archipel Bismarck, Bondrée noire
Italian: Falco pecchiaiolo nero, Pecchiaiolo nero
Japanese: kurohachikuma
Japanese: クロハチクマ
Latin: Henicopernis infuscata, Henicopernis infuscatus
Dutch: Zwarte Wespendief
Norwegian: Svartvepsevåk
Polish: pszczolojad ciemny, pszczołojad ciemny
Russian: Длиннохвостый чёрный осоед, Чёрный длиннохвостый осоед
Slovak: vcelár tmavý
Swedish: Svart bivråk
Chinese: 黑长尾鵟
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