French: Gobemouche à poitrine brune German: Weißkehl-Dschungelschnäpper Spanish: Papamoscas pechipardo
Kuant’un, north-western Fujian, China
SE China (S Henan, S Anhui and Zhejiang S to Guangxi, Guangdong and Fujian); non-breeding Malay Peninsula and possibly lowland forests of Sumatra#R.
15 cm; 14·3–21·8 g. Medium-sized to large, plump brownish flycatcher with long bill hooked at tip, short rounded wings. Adult has head and upperparts... read more
Song said to be a series of loud descending whistles; described also as a loud, melodious... read more
Edges of mature lowland broadleaf evergreen forest, both primary and secondary, and especially... read more
Food and feeding
Food items not well known, principally small invertebrates. Usually solitary; may occasionally join mixed-species flocks. Forages in lower... read more
Nest found in May. No other information.
Migratory. Post-breeding movement S through S Thailand (rare) and Malay Peninsula (uncommon);... read more
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species: present in South-East Chinese Mountains EBA. Uncommon or scarce and local in SE China, where known from several conservation units,... read more
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