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Length 14 cm, mass 11-15 g
Southern subtropical Africa:
Has been considered conspecific with Banded Wattle-eye.
Forest: montane to coastal; often near water. Thickets and mangroves.
The diet includes insects.
The 1 or 2 glossy grey-green eggs are laid in a cup-shaped nest. The female incubates the clutch for 16â€“18 days.
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