Little Bronze Cuckoo

The subspecies rufomerus is sometimes given specific status as the Green-cheeked Bronze Cuckoo, Chrysococcyx rufomerus.

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The Little Bronze Cuckoo is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Little Bronze Cuckoo is a brood parasite, laying its egg in the nest of the Golden-bellied Gerygone. Once the cuckoo’s egg hatches, the chick will eject the eggs of the host. Images by Daniel (top) and Eddie (bottom). Related Posts: * Nest parasitism: Banded Bay and Indian Cuckoos Cuckoos (Family Cuculidae) are a diverse and fascinating group... More

the underside of outer tail feathers of Little Bronze Cuckoo is entirely banded black and white over both webs, and without rufous. These bronze cuckoos are apparently very common in south and east of Kalimantan as D.A Holmes in his Recent Notes On The Avifauna of Kalimantan (1986), he has more records of bronze cuckoos in the Chrysococcyx "malayanus" group from South and East Kalimantan than from anywhere else in the Sunda Region. Their taxonomy is still unresolved as some authorities recognise C. More

Little Bronze Cuckoo Juvenile by chrisli023 on Tags: Environment, birds, habitat, Global Warming, Extinction, globalisation, cuckoo Photo PropertiesNP! ID: 1714995Title: Little Bronze Cuckoo JuvenileFile Size: 533 × 800 – 170. More

Order : Cuculiformes
Family : Cuculidae
Genus : Chrysococcyx
Species : minutillus
Authority : Gould, 1859