|Taxonomic Notes :||Blyth's Leaf Warbler sensu lato has been split into three species:
(Southern) Blyth's Leaf Warbler P. reguloides with subspecies reguloides (including kashmirensis), assamensis and ticehursti.
Claudia's Leaf Warbler P. claudiae - monotypic.
Hartert's Leaf Warbler P. goodsoni with subspecies goodsoni and fokiensis.
Note that assignments to the new species of photos already on OBI are provisional and subject to review.
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