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Laniarus erythrogaster 

Actual scientific name :   Laniarus erythrogaster 
Old scientific name :   Laniarus erythrogaster 
French name :   Gonolek d'Ethiopie
English name :   Black-headed Gonolek (Boubou ?)
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Description :   Distinguished by its bright red belly and breast, yellow eye and the rest of the plumage black. There is no white in the wing.  
Habitat :   In Katanga, only found in the Kamalondo depression. 
Behaviour :   Often in pairs, the male sings in duet with the female. Not very shy.  
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Life history :   Nidification takes place between September and December.  
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