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Leaden Honeyeater

Ptiloprora plumbea

The Leaden Honeyeater, known scientifically as Ptiloprora plumbea, is a distinguished member of the Meliphagidae family. This avian species graces the New Guinea Highlands with its presence.

Identification Tips

When endeavoring to identify the Leaden Honeyeater, one should note its subtle yet distinctive plumage, which harmonizes with the montane forests it calls home.

Habitat

The Leaden Honeyeater is a denizen of subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, where it flits among the foliage in search of sustenance.

Distribution

This species is endemic to the New Guinea Highlands, a testament to the region's rich biodiversity and unique ecosystems.

Conservation status

The IUCN Red List categorizes the Leaden Honeyeater as Least Concern, indicating a stable population within its natural habitat.

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