Giglioli and Salvadori, 1870,
Thu-doc, southern Vietnam.
Hitherto treated as conspecific with A. burmannicus, but differs in its broad pale greyish-pink vs mid-grey hindneck and upper mantle (3); darker grey lower mantle, back, scapulars, upper rump and uppertail (ns); broad pale pinkish-buff lower rump and uppertail-coverts (3); white on outer rectrices buffier and continuing across tips of central rectrices (ns); bill yellow, tinged reddish at base vs orange distally, blackish basally, separated by sharp diagonal (3); vinous of breast pinker, less grey (ns); undertail-coverts pale vinous vs white (ns); iris mainly pale vs mainly dark (ns; point needs clarification); larger size in bill and wing (effect size for male wing 2.95, score 2) but not tail. Monotypic.
Thailand (except N & extreme S), Cambodia, C & S Laos and Vietnam (except N), perhaps also extreme S Myanmar (Tenasserim#R).
Introduced in Israel (Tel Aviv).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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