Mt Elgon, East Africa.
Hitherto considered conspecific with G. bonapartei owing to zone of intergradation in C DRCongo (where populations formerly separated as race intermedius), but this not an obstacle here to its separation, based on larger size (effect size for wing 3.32) (2); proportionately rather longer nasal tufts (but these not measured; ns); pale iris (3); whiter, narrower streaks on forecrown (1); blacker tail (1); broad hybrid zone (1). Monotypic.
S South Sudan and E DRCongo, S to Burundi, W Kenya and NW Tanzania.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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