Mount Kabobo, east DRCongo.
Sometimes treated as conspecific with A. porphyrolaema and A. chapini. Differs from morphologically closer A. porphyrolaema by its grey vs chestnut throat (3); deeper grey breast in male (1); female dissimilar from male (unlike in porphyrolaema) by its paler (greyish-white) throat (1); male slightly paler and more olive above (ns); juvenile yellowish-olive vs creamy-buff on throat (ns); smaller size with shorter wing and tail (effect size for male wing –2.24 and tail –2.26, score 2). Monotypic.
Mt Kabobo, in E DRCongo.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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