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Turdus fuscater Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Turdidae Family
28–35 cm Length
Tropical montane forest. high altitude shrubland & grassland, degraded former forest, pastureland, arable land, rural gardens. Between 1,500 - 4,250 m  Range:- Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru & Venezuela.

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Habitat
Altitude
Range
2 pale greenish-blue eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Arthropods, worms, small rodents, young chicks, fruit & berries, Food  
  Habits
6378 - TSN: 563579 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

AKA:- Czech: Drozd velký
Danish: Stor Solsort
German: Riesendrossel
English: Great Thrush,
Spanish: Mirla Patinaranja, Mirlo grande, Tordo Morera
Spanish (Colombia): Mirla común, Mirla patiamarilla, Mirla Patinaranja
Spanish (Ecuador): Mirlo grande
Spanish (Peru): Zorzal Grande
Spanish (Venezuela): Paraulata Morera
Estonian: suur-nõgirästas
Finnish: Isomustarastas
French: Grive géante, Merle géant
Hungarian: óriásrigó
Italian: Tordo maggiore
Japanese: onitsugumi
Japanese: オニツグミ
Latin: Turdus fuscater, Turdus fuscater fuscater
Dutch: Reuzenlijster
Norwegian: Stortrost
Polish: drozd duzy, drozd duży
Russian: Большой дрозд
Slovak: drozd obrí
Swedish: Stortrast
Chinese: 大棕鸫

Sub-species
Turdus fuscater
Turdus fuscater cacozelus
Turdus fuscater clarus
Turdus fuscater fuscater
Turdus fuscater gigantodes
Turdus fuscater gigas
Turdus fuscater ockendeni
Turdus fuscater opertaneus
Turdus fuscater quindio

  • Turdus fuscater fuscater: Andes of W Bolivia (La Paz and Cochabamba)
  • Turdus fuscater cacozelus: Santa Marta Mountains (NE Colombia)
  • Turdus fuscater clarus: Sierra de Perijá (Colombia/Venezuela border)
  • Turdus fuscater quindio: Central and Western Andes of Colombia to N Ecuador
  • Turdus fuscater gigantodes: S Ecuador to N Peru (Junín)
  • Turdus fuscater ockendeni: Andes of SE Peru (Cuzco and Puno)
  • Turdus fuscater gigas: E Andes of Colombia to W Venezuela (Mérida and Táchira to Lara)
Source: Clements checklist 2012
 

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