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Orange crown, buffy orange below and orange/olive above.
Endemic to New Guinea
Two subspecies are known, insignis and oorti.
Mountain rainforest, usually in thickets of vine and climbing bamboo, along tracks and in small clearings made by tree fall.
It rarely flies, and moves in groups through dense foliage with tail half-cocked and partly spread. It does not join mixed-species foraging flocks. Groups remain in same area throughout year. Voice a high-pitched twitter.
It gleans the underside of leaves for invertebrates.
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