A. Milne-Edwards and Oustalet, 1885,
Grand Comoro Island.
Usually considered conspecific with C. cinereus, but differs in its whitish vs grey underparts (2); whitish (nominate) or all-white (moheliensis) chin and throat in female (1); somewhat smaller size, with distinctly shorter wings (published data#R indicate c.10% longer in C. cinereus; allow 2); and different vocalizations#R, main contact call being less explosive and quieter#R (allow 2); also possesses a colour morph (olive above, yellowish below; once considered a species, Coracina sulphurea) never recorded in C. cinereus (ns). Two subspecies recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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