French: Trogon de Duvaucel German: Rotbürzeltrogon Spanish: Trogón culirrojo
S Myanmar (S Tenasserim), S Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Riau Archipelago, Sumatra, Batu Is, Bangka, Belitung, and Borneo (including Natuna Is).
23–24 cm; 34–43 g. Male has black hood with blue bill, eyebrow and narrow orbital ring; rich buff to yellowish-brown upperparts and uppertail, scarlet rump,... read more
Call a very soft, rapid cadence of c. 12 notes, “yau-yau-yau...”, accelerating,... read more
Chiefly middle but also lower storeys and borders of semi-evergreen and evergreen forest, including... read more
Food and feeding
Green Orthoptera, stick-insects, bugs, beetles, moths and caterpillars (in one case a nymphalid). Several observations of bird on edge of a... read more
Feb–Jun; Mar and May in Peninsular Malaysia. Only documented nest was 1·6 m up in a rotten stump 2·5 m tall. Eggs 2. No further... read more
No evidence of movements; suggestion of local migrations in Bahau area of Borneo was based on... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Generally uncommon and now threatened by habitat loss in peninsular Thailand, where known from six protected... read more
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