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Abyssinian Slaty Flycatcher
Two subspecies usually recognized:
This species was formerly placed in genus Dioptrornis.
Humid, highland and mid-altitude forest and woods and coffee plantations to a height of 2,500m.
The diet includes flying insects which it hunts from a perch.
It builds a cup-shaped nest placed at a narrow fork of a horizontal tree branch. The clutch consists of 3 blue-grey, blotched eggs.
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