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Asian Paradise Flycatcher

Asian Paradise Flycatcher

The Asian Paradise Flycatcher is an average-sized passerine bird species resident to Asia. Males have long middle tail of feathers and in several inhabitants a black and rufous plumage while somes have white plumage. Females are tiny-tailed with black head and rufous wings. They eat insects as a food, which they catch in the air often below a closely canopied tree.
With tremendously huge range and large inhabitants that emerges to be firm, they have been estimated as Least Concern by IUCN since 2004. In his first narration of 1758, Carl von Linné recommended the species Corvus paradisi. Paradise-flycatchers initially categorized with the Old World flycatcher relatives Muscicapidae, but they recently positioned in the family Monarchidae mutually along with monarch flycatchers.