Dybowski's Twinspot - Euschistospiza dybowskii
Adult male: crimson from mantle to uppertail-coverts, white spots on black flanks. Adult female: duller than male; crimson upperparts broken by brown feather bases showing through, wings browner than male, generally more spotted on flanks.
Song consists of a variety of trills and phrases suggestive of a canary, deep bubbling notes of nightingale and flute-like phrases of a blackbird. Female also sings, especially if unpaired, a softer version of male's song.
Call a soft and quickly repeated 'tset' or louder, becoming 'tsit-tsit-tsit'.