The Black-and-White Mannikin (Lonchura bicolor poensis) is a small, common African finch found in gardens in Kenya. It is also called the Black-and-White Munia.
The Black-and-White Mannikin has a black head, throat and chest. It is dark brown on its back, with barred black and white flight feathers, rump, sides, and upper tail-coverts. Its beak is blue-grey.
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The Bronze Mannikin (Lonchura cucullata scutata) is a small, common African finch found in gardens in Kenya. It is also called the Bronze Munia.
The Bronze Mannikin has a black to dark brown head, black tail and a two-toned beak. It has grey-brown feathers with barred brown and white sides and barred tail-coverts.
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