Sangster et al., 2013,
Lombok, 1500 feet [c. 500 m], Lesser Sundas.
First collected in 1896, and population hitherto treated as belonging to O. magicus albiventris owing to similar plumage and geographical proximity. Territorial song, however, markedly different, recalling those of O. rufescens and O. lempiji cnephaeus, both of which differ considerably in morphology, the latter also being geographically remote in S Malay Peninsula; the single-whistle songs of these three appear to form a cluster, somewhat distinct from other forms that have a single-whistle song, including O. manadensis manadensis, O. collari and O. lempiji (other races), while song of O. mindorensis was not analysed. Closest relatives unclear. Monotypic.
N Lombok (Lesser Sundas).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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