Kinole Forest, Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania.
Race rubehoensis initially described as a species#R, but differs only by its deeper red head and breast (1); more conspicuously mottled underparts (1); and proportionately slightly longer bill (allow 1); moreover, on present evidence songs of both taxa range from a repeated single long whistle at flat pitch to phrases of several whistles which are slightly shorter, on different pitch, and sometimes also (presumably duets) with steeply changing pitch, so no indication of consistent differences. Two subspecies recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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