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Alternative name: Pale-rumped Warbler
- Phylloscopus chloronotus
Three subspecies are accepted:
- P. c. forrestii: southwest China
- P. c. chloronotus: central and eastern Himalaya
- P. c. simlaensis (Simla Warbler): western Himalaya. Status disputed; may be anything between a distinct species and invalid due to clinal variation .
Note: the name Lemon-rumped Leaf Warbler has been used in the past for both Pallas's Leaf Warbler and Pale-rumped Warbler by different authorities, but primarily for Pale-rumped Warbler subsequent to the split.
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