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 Avidiversity  AVITOPIA - Berrypeckers and Longbills

Scientific system: Clements et al.

Familia: Melanocharitidae

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The family of Berrypeckers and Longbills is endemic to New Guinea and some neighboring islands. The body length ranges from 7.3 cm to 15 cm. Berrypeckers and Longbills occur in tropical forests from the lowlands to the mountain forests. They prefer to eat fruits or nectar, supplemented by insects. The nests are regularly built in a fork of a branch. A clutch usually consists of 1 or 2 eggs. The breeding biology is largely unknown.

Melanocharis

     arfakiana - Obscure Berrypecker
     nigra - Black Berrypecker (4)
     longicauda - Lemon-breasted Berrypecker (1)
     versteri - Fan-tailed Berrypecker (4)
     striativentris - Streaked Berrypecker (2)
     crassirostris - Spotted Berrypecker (4)

Toxorhamphus

     novaeguineae - Green-crowned Longbill
     poliopterus - Slaty-headed Longbill (3)

Oedistoma

     iliolophus - Plumed Longbill (2)
     pygmaeum - Pygmy Longbill (2)

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