Fan-tailed Berrypecker

The female is darker-colored and bigger than the male, an unusual feature for a passerine .

The Fan-tailed Berrypecker is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Fan-tailed Berrypecker (Melanocharis versteri) is a species of bird in the Melanocharitidae family. It is found in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. The female is darker-colored and bigger than the male, an unusual feature for a passerine (Kikkawa 2003). References - * BirdLife International 2004. Melanocharis versteri. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. More

Results for: fan-tailed berrypeckerTranslations 1 - 30 of 364 English English Finnish Finnish fan-tailed berrypecker vuorimarjastaja, Melanocharis versteri tit-berrypecker tiaismarjastaja, Oreocharis arfaki streaked berrypecker viirumarjastaja, Melanocharis striativentris crested berrypecker isomarjastaja, Paramythia montium black berrypecker mustamarjastaja, Melanocharis nigra obscure berrypecker papuanmarjastaja, Melanocharis arfakiana spotted berrypecker More

Fan-tailed Berrypecker (Melanocharis versteri) = French: Piquebaie éventail German: Fächerschwanz-Beerenpicker Spanish: Picabayas Abanico Other common names: Verster’s Berrypecker Taxonomy: Pristorhamphus versteri Finsch, 1876, Arfak Mountains, New Guinea. Birds of this species present on Mt Bosavi and in Torricelli Range of undetermined race, but presumed to belong with virago. Individuals from higher elevations notably larger than those from lower altitudes, but this is not considered taxonomically significant. More

Flowerpeckers: Dicaeidae - Fan-tailed Berrypecker (melanocharis Versteri): Species Accounts = Physical characteristics: Fan-tailed berrypeckers have whitish underparts and side feathers on a very long tail. The white tail patches are very noticeable while they fly. They are 5.5 to 6.0 inches (14 to 19 centimeters) long. Females are larger and heavier than males, with a wing length of 2.6 to 2.8 inches (6.6 to 7.1 centimeters) and a weight of between 0.56 and 0. More

Fan-tailed Berrypecker Melanocharis versteri = Described by: Finsch (1876) Alternate common name(s): Verster's Berrypecker Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors Photographs Papua New Guinea - Aug, 2009 More

Fan-tailed Berrypecker (Melanocharis versteri) (Finsch, 1876) summary taxon grid map Wikipedia NatureServe Google: Web|Scholar ITIS Birdlife Google|Flickr Xeno-Canto - Order: Passeriformes Family: Melanocharitidae English: Fan-tailed Berrypecker Scientific: Melanocharis versteri Protonym: Pristorhamphus versteri Avibase ID: DE3D9993E7C1B001 Taxomic Serial Number: TSN: 561035 More

Fan-tailed Berrypecker Melanocharis versteri = Papua New Guinea - Aug, 2009 More

* Fan-tailed Berrypecker, Melanocharis versteri * Streaked Berrypecker, Melanocharis striativentris * Spotted Berrypecker, Melanocharis crassirostris * Toxorhamphus * Yellow-bellied Longbill, Toxorhamphus novaeguineae * Slaty-headed Longbill, Toxorhamphus poliopterus * Dwarf Longbill, Toxorhamphus iliolophus * Oedistoma More

FAN-TAILED BERRYPECKER (Melanocharis versteri): SPECIES ACCOUNTS Flowerpeckers and berrypeckers are found on the Indian subcontinent, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, southern China, Hainan Island, Taiwan, the Malay Peninsula, Indonesia, the Philippines, Sulawesi, the Moluccas, New Guinea and its surrounding islands, and Australia. Flowerpeckers reside in tall forests, from sea level up to more than 12,000 feet (3,700 meters) in altitude where little vegetation grows. More

abanico, Fan-tailed BerrypeckerMelanocharis striativentris, picabayas rayado, Streaked BerrypeckerMelanocharis crassirostris, picabayas manchado, Spotted BerrypeckerGénero ToxorhamphusToxorhamphus novaeguineae, picudo de vientre amarillo, Yellow-bellied LongbillToxorhamphus poliopterus, picudo de mentón pizarroso, Slaty-chinned LongbillToxorhamphus iliolophus, mielero enano, Dwarf HoneyeaterToxorhamphus pygmaeum, mielero pigmeo, Pygmy Honeyeater Ver más en More

Lorentz’s Whistler, and Fan-tailed Berrypecker while Torrent-lark is regular along the stream below the pass. After lunch, we shall continue our quest for these most-wanted species and in particular take time to monitor known bowers of the Archbold's Bowerbird from a hide in the dire hope of obtaining excellent views of this very shy species. Dinner and optional spotlighting session in the vicinity of the pass. More

Fan-tailed Berrypecker Melanocharis versteri Streaked Berrypecker Melanocharis striativentris Spotted Berrypecker Rhamphocharis crassirostris Plumed Longbill Oedistoma iliolophum Pygmy Longbill Oedistoma pygmaeum Green-crowned Longbill Toxorhamphus novaeguineae Slaty-headed Longbill Toxorhamphus poliopterus family links Berrypeckers Melanocharitidae - The Melanocharitidae, the berrypeckers and longbills, is a small bird family restricted to the forests of New Guinea. More

rat, friendly fantail, female fan-tailed berrypecker, mountain firetail, brown-backed whistler, large scrub-wren, adult male ribbon-tailed astrapia, crested berrypecker, speckled dazure, female and then male crested bird-of-paradise. More

Fan-tailed Berrypecker-Melanocharis versteri. 13, G14, 15, G18, 19, 20 Spotted Berrypecker-Melanocharis crassirostris. 15 Yellow-bellied Longbill-Toxorhamphus novaeguineae. G25 Slaty-chinned Longbill-Toxorhamphus poliopterus. 14 Dwarf Honeyeater-Toxorhamphus iliolophus. 10, GH22 Pygmy Honeyeater-Toxorhamphus pygmaeum. 10 Tit Berrypecker-Oreocharis arfaki. 17-19 Crested Berrypecker-Paramythia montium. 17, 18, 20 Red-capped Flowerpecker-Dicaeum geelvinkianum. C Black-fronted White-eye-Zosterops minor. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Melanocharitidae
Genus : Melanocharis
Species : versteri
Authority : (Finsch, 1876)