Seleucidis melanoleucus

The sole representative of the monotypic genus Seleucidis, the Twelve-wired Bird-of-paradise is a bird of lowland forests. The male displays on an exposed vertical perch with its breast-shield flared. Its diet consists mainly of fruits and arthropods.

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The Seleucidis melanoleucus is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Seleucidis melanoleucus auripennis Other synonyms Czech: Rajka dvanáctiperá Danish: Tolvtrådet paradisfugl German: Fadenhopf, Fadenparadieshopf, Faden-Paradieshopf English: Twelve wired Bird of paradise, Twelve-wired Bird of Paradise, Twelve-wired Bird-of-paradise Spanish: Ave del Paraíso Alambrada, Ave-del-paraíso Filamentosa Finnish: Jouhiparatiisilintu French: Paradisier multifil, Séleucide à douze brins Indonesian: Burung dewata duabelas kawat, Cendrawasih Mati-kawat Italian: Uccello del Paradiso dai dodici fili, Uccello del paradiso dodici fili Japanese: More

Seleucidis melanoleucus is a medium-sized, approximately 33cm long, velvet black and yellow bird of paradise. The male has a red iris, long black bill and rich yellow plumes on each side of breast with six blackish wire-like comes out from it. The female is a brown bird with black barred buff below. The feet are strong, large clawed and pink in color. See more at More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Paradisaeidae
Genus : Seleucidis
Species : melanoleucus
Authority : (Daudin, 1800)