Treron australis griveaudi
Bandamale, Mwali, at 600 m.
Hitherto considered a race of T. australis but here elevated to species status on account of its greyish vs green crown and neck (2); undertail-coverts all-chestnut vs chestnut with broad cream fringes (2); reddish-purple vs yellowish-orange legs and feet (specimens in NHMUK; ns); grey vs red cere#R (2); different voice (“somewhat lower-pitched, slower and less musical”#R) (at least 1). Monotypic.
Mwali (Mohéli), in Comoro Is; in the past, probably also on Ngazidja (Grand Comoro) and Ndzuani (Anjouan).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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