Bleda notatus

The Lesser Bristlebill or Yellow-lored Bristlebill is a species of songbird in the Pycnonotidae family. It was formerly lumped with the Green-tailed Bristlebill but is now often considered to be a separate species.

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

Bleda notatus Lesser Bristlebill Bulbul jaunelore is split from B. eximius Pycnonotus jocosus Red-whiskered Bulbul ?? is added Turdidae - Thrushes (Sheppardia aurantiithorax Rubeha Akalat ??) becomes Rougegorge de Tanzanie) Neocossyphus fraseri becomes Stizorhina fraseri Neocossyphus finschii becomes Stizorhina finschi Psophocichla litsitsirupa Groundscraper Thrush Merle litsipsirupa becomes Merle litsitsirupa Sylviidae - Warblers Nesillas longicaudata is moved to between N. typica and N. More

Bleda notatus Lesser Bristlebill * group of 4 in forest along golf course 16 sep., later some elsewhere, like 28 sep near Red-t Britslebill Nicator chloris Western Nicator * singles seen on sev. More

Lesser Bristlebill Bleda notatus: Common at Mikongo Eastern Bearded Greenbul Criniger chloronotus: Common at Mikongo Spotted Greenbul Ixonotus guttatus: Forest edge in the savannah area of Lopé NP Western Nicator Nicator chloris: One in the forest at Mikongo African Thrush Turdus pelios: Common in open areas and around habitation Forest Robin Stiphrornis erythrocercus: Common at Mikongo Rufous Flycatcher Thrush Stizorhina frazeri: Common at Mikongo African Stonechat Saxicola torquatus: Two seen at Lopé Hotel Green Hylia More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Pycnonotidae
Genus : Bleda
Species : notatus
Authority : (Cassin, 1857)