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Sexes are similar.
 Similar Species
Looks similar to Booted Warbler and was previously considered conspecific with it. Differentiated by more whitish below, greyish above, shorter wings and longer tail and flatter crown. It rarely shows darker toes like booted. Could be confused with Blyth's Reed Warbler which has rounded tail without white outer tail feathers.
Open country with bushes and other tall vegetation. Winters in scrub and groves in dry habitat. Breeds in waterside reeds.
The 3-4 eggs are laid in a nest in a bush or vegetation.
They are insectivorous. Also feed on nectar.
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