Jobi manucode

species of bird

The Jobi manucode (Manucodia jobiensis) is a medium-sized bird of paradise, that grows up to 34cm long. It looks greenish blue, black and purple glossed crow-like with red iris, lightly crinkled bluish short upper breast and neck feathers. They eat fruits and arthropods.

Jobi manucode
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Manucodia jobiensis

They can be found in lowland forests of Jobi Island and northern New Guinea and is the most common bird of paradise.

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