E. J. O. Hartert, 1922,
Uluguru Mountains, eastern Tanzania.
Previously considered conspecific with A. nigriceps (see above), but differs from A. n. nigriceps in its lack of white streaks on ear-coverts (2); lack of partial white eyering (2); different song (as given under A. fusciceps; at least 2); and larger size (effect size for tail 5.1, score 3); and from A. n. kikuyuensis and A. n. usambarae in preceding first three characters plus larger size (effect size for longest-tailed A. n. kikuyuensis 2.3, score 2). Differs from A. chlorigula (see above) and A. fusciceps (below) in characters given under those species. Monotypic.
E Tanzania (Uluguru Mts).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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