forests of Sumatra.
Sometimes placed in Phaenicophaeus, but is the only malkoha with marked sexual dimorphism; mtDNA suggests it may even merit its own tribe, Rhinorthini, sister to Phaenicophaeini and Cuculini#R. Proposed races rufescens and ruficauda are junior synonyms of chlorophaea; proposed races facta (Batu Is, off W Sumatra), bangkana (Bangka I, off SE Sumatra), fuscigularis (NW Borneo) and mayri (S Borneo) are all judged to be indistinguishable from birds in rest of species’ range, although fuscigularis is sometimes recognized#R. Monotypic.
S Myanmar (Tenasserim), S Thailand and Peninsular Malaysia to Sumatra (with Batu Is and Bangka I) and Borneo (with Natuna Is).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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