Sylvia atricapilla (bird)

Mass: 16.7 g

Diet: frugivore based on Fuentes 1994; frugivore-insectivore based on Mann 1985; insectivore based on Vignoli et al. 2013; omnivore based on Erard and Brosset 2003 and Smith et al. 2015

Abundance: 0.07 to 30.00% (median 7.65%)

Latitudinal range: -3.3° to 55.2°

Habitats: Mediterranean woodland (7), desert/xeric shrubland (4), montane grassland (1), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (10), temperate savanna (1), temperate wetland (3), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (2), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (2), tropical/subtropical savanna (1), tropical/subtropical wetland (1)

Found in 32 samples

Austria: Hohenau-Ringelsdorf

Czech Republic: Certak

Egypt: St. Catherine's Monastery (fall), St. Catherine's Monastery (spring), Burullus Ringing Station (Autumn 2005)

Ethiopia: Oromia Region (coffee captures), Oromia Region (forest captures)

France: Camargue National Park, Piémanson Beach

Germany: Mooswald

Greece: Antikythira Island (spring 1998)

Italy: Parco Regionale Gallipoli Cognato Piccole Dolomiti Lucane

Jordan: Azraq Wetland Reserve

Kenya: Ngulia Safari Lodge, Nyeri County, Kakamega Forest

Portugal: Mata Nacional do Choupal

Romania: Grindul Lupilor

Russia: Biological Station Rybachy

Slovakia: Ruské, Kurników Beskid Mountain, Gbelce

Spain: Cazorla (fruitless season), Cazorla (fruiting season), El Viso, Mumao

Switzerland: Portalban (Wald), Col de Bretolet

Turkey: Dicle Ringing Station (spring 2004), Lake Kuyucuk Bird Ringing Station

United Kingdom: Wanstead, Portland Bird Observatory

Size measurements:
16.7 mm(N = 1)based on

See also Sylvia, Sylvia abyssinica, Sylvia borin, Sylvia cantillans, Sylvia communis, Sylvia conspicillata, Sylvia crassirostris, Sylvia curruca, Sylvia hortensis, Sylvia melanocephala, Sylvia mystacea, Sylvia nisoria, Sylvia rueppeli, Sylvia sp., Sylvia undata