Takengon Lake, Aceh, Sumatra.
Until recently considered conspecific with P. bimaculatus, but differs in its larger and higher plush orange supraloral tuft (2); lack of that species’ narrow yellowish-orange upper and (sometimes) lower “eyelids” (ns); red vs brown iris (ns); grey-tipped slaty-brown vs plain yellowish ear-coverts (3); distinctly grey-marked grey-brown chin to breast vs indistinctly grey-marked dark brown chin to mid-belly (ns); breast coloration extending to lower belly, flanks and axillaries, leaving small whitish belly patch, vs breast coloration stopping to leave extensive whitish belly and axillaries (3); dark-mottled dull yellow vs plain bright yellow undertail-coverts (ns); more yellow-olive on edges of rectrices (ns); longer wings and tail (effect size for tail 3.26; score 2); reedier, less fluty voice (allow 1)#R. Monotypic.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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