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Young birds: similar to females
 Similar Species
Similar in morph and markings to all the other members of its genus, but P. multicolor is the only one with a red cap.
Tall trees or shrubs, such as eucalypt, acacia and cypress pine woodlands.
Its diet includes insects and other invertebrates. It is a ground feeder.
It builds a cup-shaped nest of bark, grass, and rootlets. The male feeds the female during nest-building and incubation. The female incubates the eggs alone but both sexes feed the young.
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