Rachels Malimbe

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Rachel's Malimbe

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Adult female

Adult male

Rachel's weaver Alternate name
Malimbus racheliae Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Ploceidae Family
  Length
Topical lowland forests. Found in:- Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon.and Nigeria Habitat-Altitude-Range
 The nest is build by three to four birds of which only one is female and which takes the leading role in building the nest. After the nest is finished one of the males that participated in the building chase off the other participating males. Both of the remaining couple take duty of incubating the eggs. wikipedia Clutch
Insects, seeds & plant material. Food  
  Habits
8515 - TSN: 560965 World Number
  Status

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Photos by Nik Borrow © all rights reserved (Birdquest)

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Czech:
snovatec západoafrický
German:
Rachelweber
Danish:
Gulgumpet Pragtvćver
Spanish:
Malimbe de Rachel
Finnish:
liekkikutoja
French:
Malimbe de Rachel
Italian:
Malimbo di Rachel
Japanese:
kimunehiodoshihataori
Japanese:
キムネモリハタオリ
Dutch:
Rachel-prachtwever
Norwegian:
Gulbrystvever
Polish:
wiklacz zóltopiersny
Slovak:
pletiarka zlatoprsá
Swedish:
Gulgumpad malimbe
Chinese:
金胸精织雀

 

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