S. M. Goodman, Raherilalao and Block, 2011,
Forêt de Beanka, Maintirano, north-western Madagascar.
Known from a single adult male and a downy young female. Has been treated as a race of M. kioloides#R. Morphologically and genetically distinct from latter, having overall larger size, notably in tarsus, wing and tail (no overlap, but sample of beankaensis only 1) (1); smaller white throat patch (1); rufous extending onto cheek and ear-coverts (3); duller coloration of face and crown (2). Monotypic.
Lowland CW Madagascar, including portions of Bemaraha and Beanka Massifs.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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