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Greater Striped Swallow
Chestnut cap, pale chestnut rump and lightly streaked underparts that appear almost white in flight.
Differs from Lesser Striped-Swallow that has heavier streaked underparts and orange cap extending over the ear coverts.
Previously included in genus Hirundo.
The species is monotypic.
Small flocks over open terrain, montaine grassland, near culverts and human habitation.
In pairs when breeding; otherwise small flocks. Flies with much gliding and perches frequently on trees and wires.
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