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Semper's Warbler - BirdForum Opus

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Leucopeza semperi

Identification

Possibly extinct; very rare.

14.5 cm. Dark grey upperparts and grey white underparts. The immatures are brown-grey above and have buff underparts. Long, pale yellow legs.

Distribution

Saint Lucia.

Taxonomy

Habitat

Undergrowth of montane and elfin forests.

Behaviour

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