Biharamulo, north-west Tanzania.
Related to L. leucocephalus group through L. chaplini, the combined group being fairly close to L. vieilloti; also related to L. guifsobalito and L. torquatus. Distinct from all, however, in morphology; duet form nearest to that of L. chaplini, but songs of male and female of present species differ, as they do in L. guifsobalito. Monotypic.
SW Uganda, E Rwanda, E Burundi and NW Tanzania.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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