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(Redirected from Dicaeum aeruginosum)
Inlcudes: Striped Flowerpecker
10cm. Olive-green upperparts, greyish white underparts, streaked on the breast, short tail, short thick curved bill and tubular tongue. The sexes are alike.
The three subspecies from the Philippines (affine, striatissimum and aeruginosum) are sometimes split as Striped Flowerpecker, Dicaeum aeruginosum.
Forests, other well-wooded habitats and cultivation.
It builds a purse-like nest suspended from a tree. 2-4 eggs are laid.
The diet includes nectar, berries, spiders and insects.
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