Most species reach a length of 13 to 13.5 cm, with the exception of the red-breasted redstart songbird, which reaches a length of 15 cm. The upper plumage is dark gray to gray and olive gray, the lower body plumage is yellow from orange to red. A common distinguishing feature of the species is the outer white tail feathers.
The species range covers the south of North America, Central and South America. The preferred living spaces in South America are along the Andes as well as on Tepui.
- Book titles Boehme R.L., Flint V.E. A five-language dictionary of animal names. Birds. Latin, Russian, English, German, French. / under the general editorship of Acad. V.E.Sokolova. - M .: Rus. yaz., "RUSSO", 1994. - S. 422-423. - 2030 copies - ISBN 5-200-00643-0
- Jon Curson, David Quinn und David Beadle: New World Warblers. Helm Identification Guides, London 1994, ISBN 0713639326
This abstract is based on an article from the Russian Wikipedia. Synchronization completed 07/17/11 01:21:43
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