Title:

Böhm's Spinetail: Neafrapus boehmi

Publication Year:
2015
Abstract:

This rare species occurs in a highly fragmented distribution from coastal Angola (isolated) east to Tanzania and is probably most common in Mozambique. It occurs patchily in north-west and south-east Zimbabwe and north-eastern South Africa. In Namibia, it just touches the north-east of the country at the Zambezi River, the Linyanti Swamps and the Okavango River and has been recorded on the Kunene River.

Publication Title:

Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species

Place:
Windhoek
Editor:
Simmons RE, Brown CJ, Kemper J
Publisher:
Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation
Pages:
243-244
Item Type:
Book Section, Map Data
Language:
en
Keywords:
endemic species, spatial distribution, red list, rare species, protection of birds, ornithology, Southern Africa, distribution, information source, avifauna, distribution area, bird species, breeding bird, bird
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