The Souïmanga angaladian ( Nectarinia notata (Müller, 1776)) is a Passereau of the family of the Nectariniidae. It belongs to the kind Nectarinia, most important of this family since it counts 80 species.
Subspecies and distributionSouïmanga angaladian is represented at least by two subspecies:
- notata Mûller, 1776, of which the males are green with the black belly with reflections crimsons, populating Madagascar except for south-west;
- toliarensis Sueur, 1996, of which the males are blue with the belly blanchâtre, polymorphic females generally presenting a belly blanchâtre, sometimes very slightly washed the greenish one, populating the area of Toliara (Belalanda, Beloza, the Table, forest km No 32, Ifaty, Madiorano, Sarodrano, Toliara). It is not impossible that it is about a distinct species.
NestingThis bird reproduces September at December and on Nosy Boraha (Sainte-Marie), island of the Malagasy North-East, in April and May.
|Random links:||El hacer juegos malabares | Pierre Bost | Short-nap cloth el Khaïmah | Osteoglossomorpha | Das Erste | Theodor Becker | Maison_de_catalogue_de_Sears|