French: Échenilleur de Walden German: Sulawesiraupenfänger Spanish: Oruguero de Walden
Other common names:
Sulawesi (including islands of Manadotua, Bangka, Muna and Butung), Togian Is#R, Banggai Is and Sula Is.
19 cm. Male has forehead and crown to mantle and scapulars very dark grey to blackish, glossed greenish; broad white supercilium, blackish lores and streak through eye;... read more
A loud, swelling series of rapid, hard, clear, chattering notes, duration 1·5 seconds, repeated at... read more
Forest edge, heavily disturbed forest, secondary forest, open woodland, farmland, gardens, lightly... read more
Food and feeding
Diet not recorded; presumably similar to that of L. nigra. Occurs singly, in pairs or in small groups; forages in crowns of large... read more
Breeds in May. Nest a compact open cup, not properly described but probably similar to that of L. nigra; one was placed on... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Widely distributed and locally common on Sulawesi; common on Taliabu. Not well known.
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