Sri Lanka Whistling-thrush (Myophonus blighi) - HBW 10, p. 713
French: Arrenga de Ceylan
Spanish: Arrenga de Ceilán
Other common names: Bligh’s/Ceylon Whistling-thrush
Taxonomy: Arrenga blighi Holdsworth, 1872, banks of Lemastota oya, 4200 feet [c. 1280 m], Haputale District (Uva), Sri Lanka.
Distribution: Montane SC Sri Lanka.
- Endangered Enlarge map
Locality Horton Plains National Park, Central Province, Sri Lanka
Guy Poisson 4 January 2011 2 years ago 3.6
A male bird takes flight.
Locality Nuwara Eliya, Central Province, Sri Lanka (Monotypic species)
Steve Garvie 2 August 2009 3 years ago 3.5
Sri Lankan endemic with restricted range and crepuscular retiring habits. Seldom seen except in three of four well-known localit
Locality Sri Lanka (Monotypic species)
Arjuna Parakrama 12 April 2009 2 years ago 3.1
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