J. F. Gmelin, 1789,
Sometimes thought to be close to A. brunneopectus and A. orientalis (with A. campbelli, A. rolli and A. sumatrana), and all of these have been considered conspecific, but others attribute morphological similarities to convergent evolution; sometimes A. rufipectus or A. hyperythra, or both, included in this group. Extent of individual variation poorly known; race bartelsi often included in nominate. Three subspecies recognized.
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