Zosterops chloris chloris
|Range||Indonesia, where it occurs on a number of islands from the Sunda Strait to the Aru Islands.|
The lemon-bellied white-eye's natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests. On the islands of Buton and Kabaena the lemon-bellied white-eye appears limited to coastal regions, perhaps as a result of competition with the pale-bellied white-eye. Observations from Buton suggest that the lemon-bellied white-eye prefers more disturbed habitats. Their diet consists of invertebrates, fruits, and nectar. They have strong dark grey legs, a dark colored beak, and generally range in size from 11–12 cm. They are a yellow-olive color on the dorsal side, with characteristic bright yellow underparts. The sub-species Z.c. flavissimus, found on the Wakatobi Islands, is described as being the yellowest of the subspecies.