French: Gobemouche de Timor German: Brustbandschnäpper Spanish: Papamoscas de Timor
Timor, in E Lesser Sundas.
11 cm. Small, stout-billed, dark-headed flycatcher with distinctive band on underparts. Male has head and face to nape glossy black, upperparts to uppertail-coverts and... read more
Song a series of soft but high-pitched disyllabic whistles, repeated at regular intervals. Calls... read more
Lowland monsoon forest and moist hill forest with limestone boulders and rocky scree slopes, to c.... read more
Food and feeding
Dietary deatils not known, but small invertebrates taken. Usually solitary or in pairs; generally quiet, unobtrusive. Forages in dense... read more
Adults feeding recently fledged juveniles in Dec. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Timor and Wetar EBA. Uncommon or locally common. Poorly known species;... read more
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