Mees's White-eye (Lophozosterops javanicus)
Lophozosterops is a genus of white-eyes in the Zosteropidae family. The six species are distributed across the islands of Indonesia and the Philippines. They are a generally large white-eyes, ranging in size from 12–14 cm in length and weighing between 14-30 g. The species generally have restricted distributions, being restricted to a single island or a few islands, but no species is considered to be globally threatened.
It contains the following species:
Crested White-eye (Hartert, 1896) (Lophozosterops dohertyi) Mindanao White-eye (Hartert, 1903) (Lophozosterops goodfellowi) Mees's White-eye (Horsfield, 1821) (Lophozosterops javanicus) Grey-hooded White-eye (Stresemann, 1912) (Lophozosterops pinaiae) Streak-headed White-eye (Hartert, 1896) (Lophozosterops squamiceps) Cream-browed White-eye (Hartert, 1897) (Lophozosterops superciliaris)