J. F. Gmelin, 1789,
Until recently considered conspecific with Z. borbonicus, but differs genetically#R and (setting aside brown and grey morphs of latter) by its pale grey vs pale brown upperparts (3); much whiter central underparts (2); much paler, vaguely rufous-tinged vs strong rufous-brown flanks (2); and much lower-pitched, less squeaky vocalizations (3)#R. Monotypic.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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