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10cm (4 in).
Sexes similar. Juveniles have dull olive-green upperparts, a cinnamon-brown tinged crown, are pale yellow below and the breastband is light greyish or even absent.
Western and Central Africa.
Three subspecies recognized:
Formerly treated conspecific with Turner's Eremomela.
Lowland forest. Also in secondary forest, regrowth and small trees around villages and habitation.
Feeds on insects. Takes also berries and seeds.
A territorial species, probably a co-operative breeder. No other information.
A sedentary species.
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