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Oenanthe melanoleuca Guldenstadt, 1775 ♂

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Oenanthe melanoleuca Guldenstadt, 1775 ♂
Syn.: Oenanthe hispanica subsp. melanoleuca Linnaeus, 1758
Common names: (Eastern) Black-eared Wheatear, Abyssinian Black Chat, [En], Traquet noir et blanc, Traquet oreillard oriental [Fr], Oostelijke Blonde Tapuit [Nl], Maurensteinschmätzer, Balkansteinschmätzer [De], Monachella [It], Ασπροκώλα [Gr], Kara Kulaklı Kuyrukkakan [Tu]

Küçükbahçe, İZMİR ● Turkey

Description: This species has whitish upperparts with slight contrast between grey-stained crown and ochre tinge to mantle. The white breast has a light ochre tone. The black on lores, forehead and throat is extented.

Biology: Insectivorous species.

Distribution: From South Eastern Europe to Caspian and Iran and to North-Eastern and Western Africa.

References:
Avibase
Ullman M., 2003. Separation of Western and Eastern Black-eared Wheatear, Dutch Birding 25: 77-97.