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- Ficedula subrubra
13cm long. Grey-brown back, orange-red throat, breast and flanks, bordered with black on the throat and breast. Females and first-winter birds have slightly browner upperparts, and the red of the underparts may be reduced to just a pinkish wash.
They build their nest in a hole in a tree and laying 3-5 eggs which are incubated by the female.