between Bamenda and Dschang, south-west Cameroon.
Has sometimes been considered conspecific with A. sharpii and A. goslingi. Apparently closely related to A. rufogularis; the two have largely non-overlapping ranges, replacing each other within 1–2 km. Monotypic.
SW & C Cameroon (Bamenda Highlands S of 6° N, Adamawa Plateau) and SE Nigeria (Ngel Nyaki Forest Reserve#R); probably also extreme W Central African Republic (Yade Hills).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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