East Coast Boubou (Laniarius sublacteus) - HBW 14, p. 107
French: Gonolek de Cassin
Spanish: Bubú de Cassin
Other common names: Dimorphic Boubou
Taxonomy: Dryoscopus sublacteus Cassin, 1851, Lamu, Kenya.
Formerly, was widely treated as a race of L. aethiopicus; recent molecular-genetic studies, however, indicate closer relationship with L. ferrugineus, to the extent that the two can be regarded as a forming superspecies. Monotypic.
Distribution: Coastal lowlands of extreme S Somalia (Boni Forest), Kenya (inland along river valleys to Garissa, S Tsavo East National Park, S Tsavo West National Park and L Jipe) and N Tanzania (L Jipe E to N Pare Mts, and at coast from Tanga S to Zanzibar, inland to E Usambara Mts and Uluguru Mts).
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