French: Rhipidure de Buru German: Burufächerschwanz Spanish: Abanico superfluo
E. J. O. Hartert, 1899,
Mount Mada, 3000 feet [c. 915 m], Buru.
Mountains of Buru, in S Moluccas.
14 cm. Crown, side of head, nape and mantle are light brown, remainder of upperparts bright cinnamon-rufous; line from base of bill to above orbit rufous-buff; remiges... read more
Song described as a short series of quiet tinkling notes.
Hill and montane forest, including primary, disturbed and secondary forests, and forest edges; 700... read more
Food and feeding
Insects. Forages mainly in understorey, to c. 4 m.
Nest with egg in Feb, and nestling in Jul. Clutch size uncertain, probably 2–3 eggs, but only one egg/young found in nests. No other... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Buru EBA. Moderately common with tiny single-island range.
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