E. J. O. Hartert, 1896,
Hitherto treated as conspecific with A. melanopterus and A. tricolor, but differs from both in its grey vs white rump (3); grey vs white lower flanks (2); grey vs white scapulars (or lower scapulars) (2); slightly larger size (mean wing of 5 males 130.2 mm vs 125.3 in 21 A. melanopterus and 126.6 in 12 A. tricolor; allow 1); also a darker grey back than A. tricolor (ns). Monotypic.
Bali, formerly widespread but currently regular only in NW (Bali Barat National Park) and extreme S (Uluwatu). Formerly also Nusa Penida and (perhaps vagrant or escape) Lombok.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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