Clearly very closely related to D. bicolor (which see), D. spilorrhoa and D. subflavescens. Range apparently overlaps with that of D. bicolor in parts of Sulawesi (e.g. Gorontalo, Bumbulan), where the two are segregated by habitat preferences, but clearer evidence to confirm sympatry needed. Monotypic.
Sulawesi, including islands off NE (Manadotua, Manterawu, Talisei, Bangka, Lembeh) and SE (Muna, Labuan Blanda, Butung), E to Banggai Is and Sula Is.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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