French: Arrenga de Robinson German: Malaienpfeifdrossel Spanish: Arrenga malayo
Gunung Menkuanghebah, Selangore, Peninsular Malaysia.
Mountains of Peninsular Malaysia.
25–26 cm; 87–105 g. Male is sooty blue-black, with shiny purplish-blue forehead-band and shoulder patch (lesser wing-coverts), and metallic purplish-blue scaling... read more
Song a soft mix of fluty and scratchy notes, resembling louder version of M. caeruleus.... read more
Ground and lower storeys of hill and montane evergreen forest, usually near running water, and... read more
Food and feeding
Apparently no direct information on diet; inferred to be less specialized on snails than is M. caeruleus, if only because habitat... read more
Feb–Apr and Sept; young in Mar and Sept. One nest was a large, solid cup made almost entirely of black tree-fern fibres, with a few... read more
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species: present in Sumatra and Peninsular Malaysia EBA. Relatively scarce; known from Cameron Highlands S to Genting Highlands. Recorded from... read more
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