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Male: Slate-grey, tinged with olive above, and with black edgings to the sides of the feathers, a black, head streaked with white, and black under-tail-coverts spotted with white.
Classified as Critically Endangered in the 2008 IUCN Red List.1 No reliable records since 1876.
Steep slopes with long grass and scrub at altitudes of 1 650 to 2 400 m.
BirdLife International. 2008. Species factsheet: Ophrysia superciliosa. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 25/12/2008.
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