See P. fuscipenne. Distinctive montane race ochrogaster has been treated as a separate species, but differs only in its pale tawny vs off-whitish supercilium, malar and throat area, and (slightly admixed with grey) rest of underparts, with correspondingly slightly warmer lower upperparts and wing-coverts (3); song apparently similar to, if not indistinguishable from, that of nominate (recordings currently lacking). Race lyra varies clinally in plumage coloration from W to E. Five subspecies recognized.
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