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A small, chunky lark with a large bill. The buffy belly and dark 'teardrop' mark below the eye are features useful for identification.
Dry shrubland and gravel plains.
Classified as Near Threatened in the 2008 IUCN Red List.
Forages on the ground for seeds and invertebrates.
A soft prrp prrp.
Monogamous. The nest is a cup built using leaves, stems and awns, and surrounded by an apron of pebbles; usually built in the open, rather than near vegetative cover. A single egg is laid, mainly August to November, and is incubated for about 13 days.
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