Zoothera talaseae atrigena
Ripley and Hadden, 1982,
15 km SSW of Arowa, Bougainville Island, c. 1500 m, 6°20’ S, 155°20’ E.
Until recently#R considered conspecific with Z. talaseae, but differs in its slaty-black vs dark grey upperparts (ns); heavy black scalloping on flanks (2); much-reduced wingbars (2); black vs pinkish legs (3); no vs broad white tail tips#R, although this difference not mentioned in original description#R (ns); lack of vague white markings (lores, cheek patch) on face with feebler white eyering (ns); shorter wings#R (at least 1); longer bill, tail and particularly tarsus#R (allow 2). Monotypic.
Bougainville I, in N Solomon Is.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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