Amoromyza viridis brunneirostris
Until recently treated as conspecific with G. viridis, but differs in having dark brown vs yellow bill and legs (3); notably longer tail (male mean 127.1 mm vs 120.8#R; at least 1); slightly shorter bill (female mean 28.1 mm vs 31.0#R; allow 1); fractionally paler and brighter olive plumage (no score); and distinctive voice, singing in duet at higher pace (2), over longer span (ns) involving many more repetitions (3), and with shorter note length (ns) and lower upper frequencies (ns); genetic difference also indicative, although finders explicitly refrained from formal recommendation to split#R. Monotypic.
Viti Levu, in W Fiji.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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