Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests.
The Seram Friarbird is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.
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* 0 8 154 Seram Friarbird (Philemon subcorniculatus) * 7 1 6 8 157 Helmeted Friarbird (Philemon buceroides) * 2 2 8 160 White-naped Friarbird (Philemon albitorques) * 1 1 8 158 New Britain Friarbird (Philemon cockerelli) * 0 8 159 New Ireland Friarbird (Philemon eichhorni) * 1 1 8 161 Silver-crowned Friarbird (Philemon argenticeps) * 4 1 3 8 162 Noisy Friarbird (Philemon corniculatus) More
Seram Friarbird (Philemon subcorniculatus) – G24, 25-28 Buru Oriole (Oriolus bouroensis) – 5, 7, G8, GH9, 13-15 Seram Oriole (Oriolus forsteni) – 26, 27 Green Figbird (Sphecotheres viridis) - Wallacean Drongo (Dicrurus densus) – 30-2, G5, 6 Spangled Drongo (Dicrurus bracteatus) – 25-27, 29, 12, G15, 17 White-breasted Woodswallow (Artamus leucorynchus) – 25, 2-9, G12 Slender-billed Crow (Corvus enca) – 25-27 Torresian Crow More
Seram Friarbird Philemon subcorniculatus Black-faced Friarbird Philemon moluccensis Tanimbar Friarbird Philemon plumigenis Helmeted Friarbird Philemon buceroides Papuan Friarbird Philemon novaeguineae Hornbill Friarbird Philemon yorki New Britain Friarbird Philemon cockerelli New Ireland Friarbird Philemon eichhorni White-naped Friarbird Philemon albitorques Silver-crowned Friarbird Philemon argenticeps Noisy Friarbird Philemon corniculatus New Caledonian Friarbird Philemon diemenensis Striped Honeyeater Plectorhyncha lanceolata Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater Acanthagenys rufogularis More
The Seram Friarbird is the largest and is approximately 78% heavier than the Grey-collared Oriole, which is an almost perfect mimic of it. The friarbirds on Halmahera, Buru and Tanimbar are about 50% larger than the Dusky-brown Oriole and the two races of the Black-eared Oriole, respectively, and the mimicry of these last is close but not perfect. More
Seram Friarbird Philemon subcorniculatus = Described by: Hombron; Jacquinot (1841) Alternate common name(s): Gray-necked Friarbird, Grey-necked Friarbird, Ceram Friarbird Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors Photographs No photographs are available for this species Range S. Moluccas; Seram Is. More
Seram Friarbird Philemon subcorniculatus: Common and conspicuous in forest throughout Seram, often in small groups of up to 4 individuals. Black-faced Friarbird Philemon moluccensis: Fairly common on Yamdena and Kai. Rheindt and Hutchinson recommend splitting this from the Buru form as Tanimbar Friarbird Philemon plumigenis. Olive Honeyeater Lichmera argentauris: Common on Palau Lusaolate, with at least 30 birds observed on 3rd August, possibly a lot more; very noisy and conspicuous. More
212 E,S Seram Friarbird Philemon subcorniculatus Common in forests on Seram 213 E,B,T Black-faced (Buru) Friarbird Philemon moluccensis Not uncommon in most forested areas of Buru, difficult to differentiate from the mimic Black-eared Oriole except on bill shape and size. More