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Ioras, Philentomas...

PASSERIFORMES - Family Corvidae - subfamilies Aegithininae + Malaconotinae
This room displays photos of ioras, philentomas, gonoleks and allies.

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Rufous-Winged Philentoma [1][2], Chabane Akane Hitaki or Philentoma pyrhopterum. photo: 08/2002, Taman Negara, Malaysia. Great Iora [1][2], Oo Hime Konohadori or Aegithina lafresnayei. photo: 08/2002, Taman Negara, Malaysia. Common Iora [1], Hime Konohadori or Aegithina tiphia. photo: 09/2002, Sabah, Malaysia.

Crimson-breasted Gonolek [1][2], Hajiro Akahara Yabu Mozu or Laniarius atrococcineus. photo: 08/2005, Rundu, Namibia. Chinspot Batis, Agofu Sewata-Bitaki or Batis molitor. photo: 08/2005, Rundu, Namibia. White Helmetshrike, Eboshi Megane Mozu or Prionops plumatus. photo: 08/2005, Divundu, Namibia.

Gabon Boubou, Futairo Yabu Mozu or Laniarius bicolor. photo: 08/2005, Mahango GR, Namibia. Crimson-breasted Gonolek [3], Hajiro Akahara Yabu Mozu or Laniarius atrococcineus. photo: 08/2005, Mahango GR, Namibia. Brown-crowned Tchagra [1][2], Chagashira Yabu Mozu or Tchagra australis. photo: 08/2005, Otjiwarongo, Namibia.

Pririt Batis, Wakijima Sewata-Bitaki or Batis pririt. photo: 09/2005, Daan Viljoen GR., Namibia. Common Iora [2], Hime Konohadori or Aegithina tiphia. photo: 08/2006, Chiang Dao, Thailand. Green Iora, Midori Hime Konohadori or Aegithina viridissima. photo: 09/2006, hat chao mai NP, Thailand.

Red-eyed Puffback [1][2], Akame Fukure Yabumozu or Dryoscopus senegalensis. photo: 08/2007, Ivindo NP, Gabon. Black-and-White Shrike-Flycatcher [1][2], Kanmuri Tanbi Hitaki or Bias musicus. photo: 08/2007, Lopé, Gabon. Great Iora [3], Oo Hime Konohadori or Aegithina lafresnayei. photo: 08/2009, Cat Tien NP, Vietnam.

Common Iora [3], Hime Konohadori or Aegithina tiphia. photo: 08/2009, Cat Tien NP, Vietnam. Common Iora [4], Hime Konohadori or Aegithina tiphia. photo: 07/2011, Habarana, Sri Lanka. Common Iora [5], Hime Konohadori or Aegithina tiphia. photo: 05/2014, Singapore.

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