Thick-billed Warbler (Acrocephalus aedon) - HBW 11, p. 634
French: Rousserolle à gros bec
Spanish: Carricero Picogordo
Other common names: Thick-billed Reed-warbler
Taxonomy: Muscicapa Aëdon Pallas, 1776, south-eastern Transbaikalia, eastern Siberia, Russia.
Sometimes placed in a separate genus, Phragmaticola; when so treated, earlier name rufescens (which preoccupied in present genus) can be used for E race stegmanni. Relationships uncertain; further research needed. Races intergrade. Two subspecies recognized.
Subspecies and Distribution:
- aedon (Pallas, 1776) - breeds SC Siberia (from Tomsk E to Kansk, S to L Teletskoy in Altai and to E Sayan Mts) and adjacent NW Mongolia; non-breeding Nepal and E & S India E to Myanmar and Thailand.
- stegmanni Watson, 1985 - breeds E Siberia and NE Mongolia E to Sea of Japan, S to NE China; non-breeding S China, Thailand and Indochina.
- Least Concern Enlarge map
Adult bird, fresh migrant, dorsal, lateral and frontal views. Locality Beidaihe, Hebei, China (Northern) (Monotypic species)
Mark Andrews 15 May 2011 1 year ago 32 sec 3.3
Two birds moving in bushes. Locality Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Krai, Eastern Russia, Russia (ssp stegmanni)
Josep del Hoyo 15 June 2009 3 years ago 35 sec 3
Thick-billed Warbler, Migrant, Beidiahe, Hebei, China
Locality Hebei, China (Northern)
Mark Andrews 20 May 2009 3 years ago 3
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