Until recently treated as conspecific with T. olivaceofuscus, but is genetically, morphologically and vocally divergent#R, differing in its smaller size with clearly shorter bill (at least 1); marginally deeper bill (ns); bluish-white vs brown irides (3); yellow vs dusky bill and legs (3); brown-streaked white vs white-streaked brown throat, with bold vs soft brown scaling on lower breast and belly (2); low-frequency “gurgling” call, unlike any other African Turdus (3). Monotypic.
Príncipe, in Gulf of Guinea.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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