Wildlife & Landscape Photographic Art by Ralph J Ingram

Slaty Flowerpierce


The Slaty Flowerpierce lives in the mountain forest canopy and edges, and especially in sun lit clearings and ares with flowering shrubs, which include gardens. The female builds it's nest from coarse plant material, lined with fine fibres in the shape of a large cup. It is placed 0.4 to 4m up in a dense shrub, grass tussock or pine. The clutch is two speckled pale eggs, which are incubated by the female for 12-14 days to hatching.
This picture looks stunning in High Definition Gloss Aluminium and also in the Di-Bond Lustre Print.

Please take note: - The picture you see has been reduced in size and quality to prevent internet theft, the image that you will receive will be at full size and of top quality. 

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