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Pogonocichla stellata ruwenzorii 

Actual scientific name :   Pogonocichla stellata ruwenzorii 
Old scientific name :   Pogonocichla stellata ruwenzorii 
French name :   Grive à tête bleue du Ruwenzori
English name :   White Starred Robin
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Description :   Beautiful dark blue and yellow bird. Characterised by the white 'stars' on the throat and forehead. Tail is yellow with dark tip.  
Habitat :   Very rare in Katanga. Has only been observed on the Kabobo mount. Montane forests from 1600 m high. 
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Diet :   Insects caught on the ground or in flight.  
Life history :   Nidification takes place from August to November.  
Distribution in Katanga :   view map  
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