IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)


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Range Description

Zoothera crossleyi is found in south-eastern Nigeria (on the Obudu and Mambilla Plateaux and Gotel Mountains), Cameroon (from Mt Cameroon and the Rumpi Hills in the south-west to Mt Tchabal Mbabo on the Adamawa Plateau [Dowsett-Lemaire and Dowsett 1999]), southern Congo and north-eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) (Urban et al. 1997). In Nigeria, it was found to be common at Chappal Waddi in the Gotel Mountains but less numerous elsewhere in 1988 (Ash et al. 1989). In Cameroon, it was quite common to very common in the northern Bakossi Mountains in 1998 and on Mt Nlonako in 1999 (Dowsett-Lemaire and Dowsett 1998, 1999), and was also discovered on the southern slopes of Mt Manenguba in 1999 (Dowsett-Lemaire and Dowsett 1999)and seen again there in 2000 (Dowsett-Lemaire and Dowsett 2000).


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