French: Gobemouche ombré German: Graubrust-Dschungelschnäpper Spanish: Papamoscas pechigrís
Extreme S Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Belitung, Musala I, Batu Is (Tanahmasa), Siberut#R and Borneo.
15 cm; 14–21 g. Medium-sized brown flycatcher with white throat and brownish-grey breastband. Head and upperparts, including upperwing and tail, are mostly dark... read more
Song a thin lilting or tinkling cadence, “tii, ti-ti-tu-ti-tu” or “si ti-tu-ti tlooeeu”, often... read more
Lowland primary and secondary dry evergreen forests, also coastal peatswamp-forest, ... read more
Food and feeding
Diet not well known, but presumably includes small invertebrates. Usually solitary or in pairs. Inconspicuous, forages in undergrowth and... read more
Season Jan–Aug; juveniles in Feb, Apr and Jun–Aug. Nest built by both sexes, cup-shaped, of small twigs, plant fibres and moss... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Generally scarce to uncommon, but locally common; common in Malaysian coastal peatswamp-forest. In Peninsular... read more
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