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Gray larvaeater, or ashy long-tailed larvaeater, a species of passerine birds from the family of larvaeaters

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    Gray larvaeater

    The gray larvaeater, or the ashy long-tailed larvaeater, is a species of passerine birds from the family of larvaeaters. The color is gray-white-black, which distinguishes it from other larvae.

    1. Distribution

    Breeds in the southeastern part of Siberia, northeastern China, Korea and Japan. In South Asia, the bird is considered rare. In mainland India, it was first noted only in 1965, although in 1897 it was reported about its presence in the Andaman Islands.

    The only representative of the genus in the avifauna of Russia.

    2. Behavior

    They forage often together with larvae of other species, forming common schools for this. Migrates the longest distance among all larvaeaters.

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