Sumatran Whistling-thrush (Myophonus castaneus) - HBW 10, p. 714
French: Arrenga à dos brun
Spanish: Arrenga Castaño
Other common names: Brown-winged/Chestnut-winged Whistling-thrush; Sunda Whistling-thrush (when treated as conspecific with M. glaucinus and M. borneensis)
Taxonomy: Myiophoneus castaneus R. G. W. Ramsay, 1880, Mount Sago, neighbourhood of Padang, West Sumatra.
Forms a superspecies with M. glaucinus and M. borneensis; all previously treated as conspecific. Monotypic.
Distribution: Mountains of Sumatra.
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A bird opening its tail on the ground and jumping up to a trunk Locality Mount Kerinci, Kerinci Seblat National Park, Sumatra (Indonesia) (Monotypic species)
John Gregory 31 October 2001 5 years ago 22 sec 3.8
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