Mangoverde :: World Bird Guide :: Cisticolas and Allies :: Bar-throated Apalis
Bar-throated Apalis Apalis thoracica
Described by: Shaw (1811)
Alternate common name(s): Gray-headed Apalis, Grey-headed Apalis, Mouse Apalis
Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors
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RangeE. to se. Africa;
Fragmented distribution in the n. part of its range;
(1) Se. Kenya (Chyulu Hills), n. and c. Tanzania (Mt. Kilimanjaro s. to Uluguru Mountains).
(2) Ne. Tanzania (s. Pare Mountains).
(3) Ne. and s. Tanzania, n. Malawi (Mafinga Mountains and Misuku Hills), and adjacent ne. Zambia.
(4) E. Tanzania (Uluguru Mountains).
(5) Sw. Tanzania (Usambara Mountains), n. Malawi including Nyika Plateau, and adjacent ne. Zambia.
(6) E. Zambia, sc. and s. Malawi.
(7) W. Zimbabwe plateau.
(8) E. Zimbabwe (Nyanga Mountains) and s. Mozambique (Mt. Gorongosa).
(9) Highlands of e. Zimbabwe and adjacent Mozambique.
(10) Se. Botswana and adjacent ne. South Africa e. to Pretoria.
(11) Ne. South Africa in the highlands of Limpopo Province and n. Mpumalanga.
(12) E. South Africa (s. Mpumalanga and n. KwaZulu-Natal and w. Swaziland).
(13) E. South Africa (Lebombo Mountains on the borders of e. Swaziland, s. Mozambique, and Kazulu-Natal).
(14) E. South Africa (Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal).
(15) Se. South Africa (s. KwaZulu-Natal s. to the Great Kei River).
(16) Se. South Africa (e. Cape Province from Great Kei River s. to the Gamtoos River).
(17) S. South Africa from Knysna, w. Cape Province e. to Humansdorp, e. Cape Province.
(18) S. coastal plain of w. Cape Province.
(19) Coastal plain of sw. Cape Province.
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Clements, James F. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Company, 2000.
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