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Woodpeckers (1)
   
   

Fig 1 : Banded Woodpecker
  

Fig 1 :
Banded Woodpecker
Chrysophlegma miniaceus (Picus miniaceus)
Location : Lower Peirce, Singapore
Habitat : Lowland, secondary rainforest

Fig 2 :
Greater Yellownape
Chrysophlegma flavinucha (Picus flavinucha)
Location : Kaeng Krachan, Phetchaburi province, Thailand
Habitat : Karst forest
Note : Photo by
Charles Currin

Fig 3 :
Checker-throated Woodpecker
Chrysophlegma mentalis (Picus mentalis)
Location : Gunung Pulai, Johor, Peninsular Malaysia
Habitat : Lowland primary rainforest

Fig 4 :
Lesser Yellownape
Picus chlorolophus
Location : Fraser's Hill, Peninsular Malaysia
Habitat : Lower montane, primary rainforest

Fig 5 :
Crimson-winged Woodpecker
Picus puniceus
Location : Gunung Pulai, Johor, Peninsular Malaysia
Habitat : Lowland primary rainforest edge

Fig 6 :
Laced Woodpecker - male
Picus vittatus
Location : West Coast, Singapore
Habitat : Lowland secondary forest

Fig 7 :
Laced Woodpecker - female
Picus vittatus
Location : West Coast, Singapore
Habitat : Lowland secondary forest

 

Fig 2 : Greater Yellownape
  
ゥ  Charles Currin

Fig 3 : Checker-throated Woodpecker
    

Fig 4 : Lesser Yellownape
 

Fig 5 : Crimson-winged Woodpecker
 

Fig 6 : Laced Woodpecker - male


Fig 7 : Laced Woodpecker - female