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Black-naped Monarch

Hypothymis azurea


feeds on Insects, including small butterflies and moths and grasshoppers, also small beetles and bugs.


Thrives inBroadleaf evergreen forest, semi-evergreen forest, deciduous forest and peatswamp-forest.

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1 Comment

MichaelS a year ago

Hi KdonGalay, stunning Monarch! Your spottings add so much to the Project Noah community - especially showcasing the beautiful wildlife of the Philippines! Looking forward to seeing what you discover next :)

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Alfonso Lista, Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines

Spotted on Jan 24, 2020
Submitted on Jan 31, 2020

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