Fan-tailed Gerygones

The Fan-tailed Gerygones (Gerygone flavolateralis) are also known as Fantail Gerygones, Fantail Warblers, Fan-tailed Fairy-Warblers, Fan-tailed Flyeaters, Fan-tailed Gerygones and Yellow-sided Warblers.

They occur naturally on the islands of New Caledonia, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

Identified Subspecies and Ranges

  • Gerygone flavolateralis flavolateralis (G. R.Gray, 1859)
    • New Caledonia and southern Loyalty Islands, specifically Maré Island)
  • Gerygone flavolateralis citrina (Mayr, 1931)
    • Rennell Island (also known as Mungava) – located in southeastern Solomon Islands
  • Gerygone flavolateralis correiae (Mayr, 1931)
    • Banks Islands (in Bislama Bankis) in northern Vanuatu
  • Gerygone flavolateralis rouxi (F. Sarasin, 1913)
    • Ouvéa Island – northern Loyalty Islands in the archipelago of New Caledonia
  • Gerygone flavolateralis lifuensis (F. Sarasin, 1913)
    • Lifou Island, in central Loyalty Islands

Alternate (Global) Names)

Chinese: ????? … Czech: st?ízlíkovec novokaledonský, Strízlíkovec vlajkový … Danish: Viftehaletræsanger … Dutch: Vanuatumangrovezanger, Vanuatu-mangrovezanger … Finnish: Uudenkaledonianmaluri … French: Fauvette à ventre jaune, Gérygone à queue en éventail, Gérygone mélanésienne … German: Fächerschwanzgerygone, Fächerschwanz-Gerygone … Italian: Gerigone coda a ventaglio, Gerigone codaventaglio … Japanese: karedoniasennyomushikui … Norwegian: Gulflankegerygone … Polish: krzakówka wachlarzowata … Russian: ??????????????? ???????? … Slovak: trúchlohlások vejárovitý … Spanish: Gerigón Melanesio, Ratona Hada Cola de Abanico … Swedish: Gulflankad gerygone

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