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Mountain Peltops

Peltops montanus

The Mountain Peltops, scientifically known as Peltops montanus, is a distinctive bird species belonging to the family Cracticidae.

Identification Tips

While the field guide does not provide specific identification tips, one can infer that the Mountain Peltops may be recognized by its association with the Cracticidae family, which includes birds with robust bodies and strong beaks.

Habitat

The natural habitats of the Mountain Peltops are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.

Distribution

This species is found in the lush landscapes of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, where it flits among the verdant foliage.

Conservation status

The Mountain Peltops is currently classified as Least Concern by the IUCN, indicating that, for now, this species is not at immediate risk of decline.

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Edward Clifford
01 Jan 1900 - 12:00am
Papua New Guinea

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