The Asian Paradise Flycatchers (Terpsiphone paradisi) - also known as the Common Paradise Flycatchers - occur naturally in Asia, where they have an extremely large range. Originally, they were only believed to occur in India; however, ornithologists later reported these birds in other Asian countries and - mostly based on differences in plumage of males - identified 14 subspecies and several others are currently being researched, proposed and debated.
Asian Paradise Flycatchers mostly feed on insects captured in the air. They usually hunt in the understory of densely canopied trees. [source: avianweb]
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