Mt Arizan, Taiwan, 8000 ft [c. 2440 m].
Until recently considered conspecific with B. montana (and with the other six species now separated from this “parent”), but differs in its female-plumaged male (4); stronger white brow in female (1); darker brown upperparts and breast than other mid-brown females (B. cruralis and B. sinensis) (1); notably longer bill than all other taxa in former B. montana (allow 2); but vocally very similar to B. sinensis#R. Monotypic.
Mountains of Taiwan.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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