Mount Mbololo, east of Mount Kilimanjaro, south-eastern Kenya.
Commonly treated as a race of T. olivaceus (with T. abyssinicus), but strikingly distinct on account of its black hood (3); extensive white belly (2); deeper grey breastband (1); brighter orange-rufous flanks (ns); virtually all-black tail (ns); reportedly slower song (allow 1). Treatment as full species supported by genetic study#R. Monotypic.
Taita Hills, in SE Kenya.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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