Mt Kinabalu, Borneo.
Long regarded as a race of a broadly defined C. cochinchinensis (which see), but differs in bill morphology and plumage, exhibits lesser degree of sexual size dimorphism (mean 3% vs 8%), and ranges approach or meet each other without evidence of intergradation#R. Originally, male and female simultaneously described as two different species; subsequently, in 1889 (see OD link), Sharpe himself, acting as First Reviser, explicitly selected kinabaluensis (female) to have priority over flavocincta (male) as the correct name for this species#R. Monotypic.
Borneo, from Mt Kinabalu S along the spinal mountains to Mt Dulit, the Usun Apau Plateau and Menyapa Mts; also Meratus Mts#R.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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