Yellow-rumped Mannikin (Lonchura flaviprymna) - HBW 15, p. 374
French: Capucin à croupion jaune
Spanish: Capuchino Culiamarillo
Other common names: Yellow-rumped Munia/Finch, Yellow-tailed Mannikin/Munia/Finch
Taxonomy: Donacola flaviprymna Gould, 1845, Victoria River, Northern Territory, north coast of Australia.
Hybridizes with L. castaneothorax; in Kimberley Division, in 1959 and 1960, c. 10% of nests involved mixed pairs (and half of adults of present species had some plumage markings similar to those of L. castaneothorax). In captivity, has hybridized with 12 other species. Monotypic.
Distribution: NE Western Australia (E Kimberley) and NW Northern Territory (N & W Top End E, discontinuously, to E Alligator R and Elsey National Park).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
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Locality Kimberley, Northern Cape Province, South Africa
gerfer 4 May 2010 44 weeks ago 3.6
Locality Kimberley Plateau, Western Australia, Australia
gerfer 8 October 1996 44 weeks ago 3.3
adult perched in tree
Locality Timber Creek, Northern Territory, Australia (Monotypic species)
Mat Gilfedder 25 September 2005 3 years ago 3
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