Guimaras, Panay, Masbate = Panay.
Hitherto considered conspecific with C. striata, but differs from all taxa in that species (except C. dobsoni, here separated from C. striata) in its barring on throat and breast narrow and black-and-grey in female (2); barring on belly to undertail-coverts broad black-and-pure-white (1); red eye (3); and distinctive call or song, consisting of much longer notes with a rattling end (3). Differs from C. dobsoni in its barred vs plain rump (2); grey vs black ear-coverts in male (2); narrow grey-and-black barring on breast and broad black-and-pure-white barring on belly vs uniform narrow black-and-off-white barring in female (3); longer bill (five males 35.6 mm vs ten males 31; allow 2); shorter tail (five males 112 mm vs ten males 131; allow 2); and probably distinctive voice (no recordings of reportedly distinctive dobsoni available). Monotypic.
C Philippines (Ticao, Masbate, Panay, Guimaras, Negros).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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