Leucotreron fischeri meridionalis
A. B. Meyer and Wiglesworth, 1893,
near Makassar, Sulawesi.
Formerly placed in genus Leucotreron. Hitherto considered conspecific with R. fischeri, but differs in its dark slate-grey vs dull emerald-green wing-coverts, secondaries, tertials, back and rump (3); mantle as dark grey as rest of wings and back vs whitish-grey shading to mid-grey before shading to the green of the upper back (ns); white vs yellowish-white chin and upper throat (ns); breast to mid-belly greyish-white vs mid-grey (2); mid-belly to vent greyish-white vs dull yellowish-grey (2). Also closely related to R. occipitalis. Monotypic.
Lompobattang Massif, in SW Sulawesi.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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