Mt Kinabalu, northern Borneo.
Hitherto treated as conspecific with B. montana (and with the other six species now separated from this “parent”), but differs from these latter six in characters given under those species and from B. montana in (in female) its bright rufous-chestnut head sides and underparts (3); dark chestnut tail (2); no dull chestnut lower upperparts (3); and (in male) much darker belly (ns). Monotypic.
Mountains of Borneo (including Muratus Mts, in extreme SE #R).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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