Bamenda Apalis (Apalis bamendae) - HBW 11, p. 479
French: Apalis de Bamenda
Spanish: Apalis de Bamenda
Taxonomy: Apalis bamendae Bannerman, 1922, between Bamenda and Dschang, south-west Cameroon.
Has previously been considered conspecific with A. sharpii and A. goslingi. Apparently closely related to A. rufogularis; the two have largely non-overlapping ranges, replacing each other within 1-2 km. Monotypic.
Distribution: SW & C Cameroon (Bamenda Highlands S of 6º N, Adamawa Plateau) and SE Nigeria (Mbulu Forest); probably also extreme W Central African Republic (Yade Hills).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
singing from treetop, then flying Locality Ngaoundaba Ranch, Ngaoundéré, Adamawa Province, Cameroon (Monotypic species)
Martin Kennewell 16 March 2009 4 years ago 53 sec 2
brief view of an adult in a bush Locality Ngaoundaba Ranch, Ngaoundéré, Adamawa Province, Cameroon (Monotypic species)
Martin Kennewell 16 March 2009 4 years ago 5 sec 2
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