Rota White-eye

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.

The Rota White-eye is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

Information on the Rota white-eye is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly. Authentication - This information is awaiting authentication by a species expert, and will be updated as soon as possible. If you are able to help please contact: References - 1. IUCN Red List (June, 2009) http://www.iucnredlist. More

Stamps showing Rota White-eye Zosterops rotensis Rota White-eye Zosterops rotensis Rota White-eye Zosterops rotensis Distribution map for Rota White-eye, range 194.005 Rota White-eye IOC v2.4: 7848 Links will open countrypage in new window - Nauru 12.09. More

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Rota White-Eye, quite distinct, is very local on Rota on the plateau Guam White-Eye may be extinct PLAIN WHITE_EYE (L) - very common even in town on Yap CAROLINE ISLANDS WHITE_EYE (L) - common on Truk and Palau, but I only glimpsed a probable on Pohnpei DUSKY WHITE_EYE (L) - common on Palau, less so on Peleliu; a dull bird GRAY WHITE_EYE (L) - another future split with the Kosrae race; fairly common on Pohnpei More

Rota White-eye Zosterops rotensis Bridled White-eye Zosterops conspicillatus Citrine White-eye Zosterops semperi Plain White-eye Zosterops hypolais Enggano White-eye Zosterops salvadorii Black-capped White-eye Zosterops atricapilla Everett's White-eye Zosterops everetti Yellowish White-eye Zosterops nigrorum Mountain White-eye Zosterops montanus Yellow-ringed White-eye Zosterops wallacei Javan White-eye Zosterops flavus Lemon-bellied White-eye Zosterops chloris Ashy-bellied White-eye Zosterops citrinella Pale-bellied White-eye Zosterops consobrinorum Pearl-bellied White-eye Zosterops grayi More

The Rota bridled white-eye or Rota white-eye is endemic to the island of Rota, U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. The name white-eye is derived from the ring of white feathers around each eye. The plumage is tinged with yellow, and the bill, legs, and feet are yellow-orange. The Rota bridled white-eye is approximately four inches in size and average weight is about one-third of an ounce. More

Rota White-eye Zosterops rotensis Takatsukasa & Yamashina 1931 w Pacific Ocean: Rota Island, s Mariana Islands split from: Zosterops conspicillatus insert after: Zosterops conspicillatus Beth Slikas, Isaac B. Jones, Scott R. Derrickson & Robert C. More

Rota White-eye, a very good potential split, was easily seen along the road to Mt Sababana. The species is localized even within it's restricted range, however a paper by Frederick Amidon highlighted areas of higher population density. We visited one of these areas by taking the road to the top of the mountain, which started near the airport. After about two miles the road bends sharply to the right just after a house set back on the left hand side. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Zosteropidae
Genus : Zosterops
Species : rotensis
Authority : Takatsukasa and Yamashina, 1931