San Cristobal Thrush (Zoothera margaretae) - HBW 10, p. 695
French: Grive des Salomon
German: San Cristobal-Erddrossel
Spanish: Zorzal de San Cristóbal
Other common names: Makira Thrush
Taxonomy: Turdus margaretae Mayr, 1935, San Cristobal, 1900 feet [c. 580 m], Solomon Islands.
Belongs to a group, possibly a superspecies, which also contains Z. dauma, Z. imbricata, Z. lunulata, Z. heinei, Z. machiki, Z. talaseae, Z. turipavae, Z. monticola and Z. marginata, perhaps including also Z. mollissima and Z. dixoni. Often treated as conspecific with Z. turipavae. Has also been treated as a race of Z. talaseae, but this very inappropriate on basis of plumage. Monotypic.
Distribution: San Cristobal (Makira), in SE Solomon Is.
- Near Threatened
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