The red-tailed greenbul (Criniger calurus), also known as the red-tailed bulbul, is a species of songbird in the bulbul family, Pycnonotidae. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and is found in western and central Africa.
Taxonomy and systematics
Alternate names for the red-tailed greenbul include the red-tailed bearded bulbul, red-tailed bulbul and thick-billed red-tailed greenbul.
- Gold Coast red-tailed bulbul (C. c. verreauxi) - Sharpe, 1871: Originally described as a separate species and alternatively named as the Sierra Leone red-tailed bulbul. Found from Senegal to south-western Nigeria
- C. c. calurus - (Cassin, 1856): Found from southern Nigeria to western Democratic Republic of Congo
- C. c. emini - Chapin, 1948: Found from north-eastern Angola and western Democratic Republic of Congo to Uganda and western Tanzania
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