Blyth, 1858, .
Until recently considered conspecific with K. malabarica, but differs in its black vs rufous lower breast (i.e. black extends much further down breast) (3); white vs rufous belly (3); shorter tail#R (allow 1); song phrases generally shorter with fewer notes (ns), with lower mean minimum and lower maximum frequency (2) and always vs very rarely ending with low-frequency whistle (2)#R. Monotypic.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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