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 Avidiversity  AVITOPIA - Cuban Warblers

Scientific system: Clements et al.

Familia: Teretistridae

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The family of Cuban Warblers is endemic to Cuba and the surrounding Cays. They were assigned to the family of American Warblers until 2002, but DNA studies have shown that they are not particularly closely related to them. The family consists of only two species, both of which live in the forest and the scrubland. They are approx. 13 cm long and have 9 primary wing feathers. Their diet consists largely of insects, especially beetles, but in rare cases also of small lizards. Their nests are small and cup-shaped at a low height above the ground.

Teretistris

     fernandinae - Yellow-headed Warbler (3)
     fornsi - Oriente Warbler (3)

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