It was said to be slightly different from the common white-eye.
I have not been fortunate enough to watch the white-eye building its nest.
Specimens of this white-eye were taken by Fisher in 1946 at Yap.
He saw a white-eye eating "a large green fuzzy caterpillar."
After 10 seconds, the white-eye lunged at the intruder, striking it in mid-air.
The white-eye is one of a large genus, for no less than 157 species have been accepted by Dr. Sharpe.
He found it to be an aggressive bird, often chasing the white-eye Zosterops cinerea.
The white-eye and Tree-Creepers just noticed may be considered protectively colored, for they are difficult to see in a tree.
Several observers in the late war have published notes on this white-eye.
He found this white-eye in the mountainous areas at Moen and Udot islands.