French: Trogon de Reinwardt German: Reinwardttrogon Spanish: Trogón de Java
Other common names:
Blue-tailed Trogon (when lumped with A. mackloti)
Mountains of W Java; only recent records from Halimun, Salak and Gede-Pangrango Mts#R.
34 cm. Male has yellowish-green head and bluer green upperparts with yellow-barred wingpanel, deep metallic blue tail; yellow throat and belly with pale grey-green breastband... read more
Penetrating hoarse “chierr, chierr” or loud “turrr”. Not yet known whether... read more
Occurs in lower storey of montane rainforest at altitudes of 900–2500 m, chiefly on lower... read more
Food and feeding
Diet consists of beetles (including genus Aegosoma) and cicadas (including genus Platylomia), mostly taken in flight;... read more
Recorded Apr–Jun, Aug, Sept, Oct and Dec; a party of 5 birds seen in Nov may have been a family group. Eggs 1–2, possibly 3. No... read more
Apparently sedentary within its limited range.
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species, endemic to W Java, occurring in Java and Bali Forests EBA. Present only at limited number of sites in Java. Appears uncommon within... read more
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