A. B. Meyer, 1904,
eastern mountain chain of south-east peninsula, Sulawesi.
Possibly closely related to Z. citrinella, or perhaps even conspecific. Birds from Butung differ vocally and morphologically from those in rest of species’ range, and very likely represent an undescribed race, while those on Wangi-wangi (Tukangbesi Is), which differ even more markedly, have been suggested to involve a separate species#R. Monotypic.
SE Sulawesi (L Matano S to E coast and Mekonga Mts), Kabaena I and Butung I, and possibly also Muna I.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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