Semangko Pass, Malay Peninsula.
In the past, sometimes placed in genus Sphenurus. Closely allied to T. apicauda and T. oxyurus, and these three species may form a link between the African and other Asian Treron species; more distantly related to the T. sphenurus species-group. Differences between races were perhaps somewhat exaggerated on plate in HBW; nominate has a slight dull peachy wash on breast (1) and a somewhat darker, more olive-toned green crown and cheek (at most 2). Two subspecies recognized.
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Status and conservation
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