Published in HBW Volume 10 on page 131.
Original HBW caption:
The genus Chlorocichla contains a relatively well-defined grouping of six African species. All are bulky, dull-coloured bulbuls with strong bills and sturdy legs. The Yellow-bellied Greenbul, perhaps the most familiar species in the genus, is distributed from Somalia to South Africa down the eastern seaboard, where it tends to be common in coastal habitats. Like its congeners, it avoids tall forest, but thrives at forest edges, or in more open brushland and savanna. This individual is visiting a thorn-scrub watering-hole to quench its thirst.