Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical dry shrubland.

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

The Thamnornis Warbler (Thamnornis chloropetoides) is a species of Old World warbler in the Sylviidae family. It is found only in Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical dry shrubland. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Thamnornis chloropetoides. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 10 July 2007. * Del Hoyo, J.; Elliot, A. & Christie D. More

* Thamnornis, Thamnornis chloropetoides * Genus Cryptosylvicola * Cryptic Warbler, Cryptosylvicola randriansoloi Formerly in Timaliidae (Old World babblers) * Genus Hartertula – formerly in Neomixis * Wedge-tailed Jery, Hartertula flavoviridis * Genus Crossleyia * Yellow-browed Oxylabes, Crossleyia xanthophrys * Genus Oxylabes More

Thamnornis Thamnornis chloropetoides = Ifaty, Madagascar - Jan, 2007 More

Thamnornis chloropetoides - Thamnornis Bird Species (French) More

Thamnornis (Thamnornis chloropetoides) photo Ifaty, Madagascar August, 2003 More

Thamnornis Warbler (Thamnornis chloropetoides) LC Littoral Rock-thrush (Monticola imerinus) LC Threats and conservation The spiny forest is the most nearly intact of Madagascar's climax vegetation types because it is largely found on poor substrates and/or where the climate is least suited to cultivation. Recent estimates from satellite imagery suggest between 14,000 and 17,000 km2 remaining (Nelson and Horning 1993, Du Puy and Moat 1996). More

Thamnornis chloropetoides and Newtonia archboldi occur only in the extreme south of this EBA, the majority of their ranges falling within the South Malagasy spiny forest (EBA 097). Benson's Rock-thrush Monticola bensoni was thought to breed on the Isalo Massif (Secondary Area s049) and in a few sites in the East Malagasy wet forests (EBA 094), dispersing to the western lowlands of the present EBA in winter-but breeding populations have recently been found west to Ankazoabo (S. M. Goodman in litt. 1996). More

Randia (bird), Thamnornis, Xanthomixis * IOC link: Bernieridae in order Passeriformes There are no pages or files in this category. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). Retrieved from "http://commons.wikimedia. More

* Thamnornis Thamnornis chloropetoides * Genus Cryptosylvicola * Cryptic Warbler Cryptosylvicola randriansoloi Moved to family Megaluridae New Zealand's Kōtātā or Mātātā, the Fernbird, probably belongs to the Megaluridae Grass warblers and allies or megalurid warblers. Mid-sized and usually long-tailed species; sometimes strongly patterned but generally very drab in overall coloration. Often forage on the ground. More

Thamnornis Thamnornis chloropetoides Spectacled Tetraka Xanthomixis zosterops Appert's Tetraka Xanthomixis apperti Dusky Tetraka Xanthomixis tenebrosa Grey-crowned Tetraka Xanthomixis cinereiceps Madagascar Yellowbrow Crossleyia xanthophrys Rand's Warbler Randia pseudozosterops numbers Number of bird species: 11 Fatbirder Logo back to the top of this page More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Sylviidae
Genus : Thamnornis
Species : chloropetoides
Authority : (Grandidier, 1867)