Phainopepla

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Phainopepla nitens Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Bombycillidae Family
16–20 (Wingspan 29 cm) Length
Forest. Shrubland, desert. Below 2,400 m. Range:- Canada Rare/Accidental :- Ontario Rare/Accidental. Mexico:- Baja California Norte, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Guerrero, Michoacán, Oaxaca, Puebla, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, USA:-  Arizona, California, Colorado Rare/Accidental, Kansas, Massachusetts, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin. Habitat
Altitude
Range
 2-4 eggs, incubation by both parents 13 - 15 days, fledging 15 - 19 days. Clutch
Mainly berries fruit & vegetable matter, also some insects, larvae, spiders. Food  
The Phainopepla, mimics the calls of other birds. Habits
6233 - TSN: 179877 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

Phainopepla Lauren Harter Newberry Mountains, Clark County, Nevada United States XC121095 call, song

AKA:- Czech: Palmovník tmavý
Danish: Phainopepla, Sort Silkemonark
German: Trauerseidenschnäpper, Trauer-Seidenschnäpper
English: Black Ptilogonys, Crested Phainopepla, Flycatcher, Phainopepla, Phainopepla Flycatcher
Spanish: Capulinero Negro, Papamoscas Sedoso
Spanish (Mexico): Capulinero Negro
Finnish: Mustatilhi
French: Phénopèple luisant, Phénopèple luisante
Italian: Fainopepla, Fainopepla nera
Japanese: renjakumodoki
Japanese: レンジャクモドキ
Latin: Phainopepla nitens
Dutch: Zwarte Zijdevliegenvanger
Norwegian: Svartsilkefugl
Polish: atlasowiec czarny, atłasowiec czarny
Russian: файнопепла, Черный шелковистый свиристель
Slovak: hodvábnik cierny, hodvábnik čierny
Swedish: Svart silkesflugsnappare
Chinese: 黑丝鹟

Sub-species

Phainopepla nitens
Phainopepla nitens lepida
Phainopepla nitens nitens
 

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