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- Saxicola insignis
17 cm. White throat and sides of neck, white primary coverts, black crown, ear-coverts and mantle with rufous-brown fringes. rufous-orange underparts becoming pale on belly. Female has buff supercilium, pale throat and buff crown and mantle.
Alpine or subalpine meadows and scrub in mountains. It winters (October-May) in wet and dry grasslands, reeds and tamarisks along riverbeds, and also in sugarcane fields, in open terrain.