Alternative names: Liben Lark
- Heteromirafra archeri
15–16 cm (6-6¼ in)
- Large head
- Brownish upperparts with marked scaling
- Buffy underparts with heavily streaked breast
- Erectile crest
- Tail is short and thin
- White outer tail feathers
- Long hind claw
When disturbed they will creep through the long grass and run across open areas.
Their actual diet is unknown.
They construct their nests from woven brown grass. The clutch consists of three eggs. It is believed they are monogamous
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