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(Redirected from Stripe-breasted Shrike-thrush)
Alternative names: Stripe-breasted Shrike-thrush; Stripe-breasted Thrush; Bower Thrush
19.5 - 21cm.
Females and immatures have a pale grey bill, rufous lores and eyebrow and a pale eye-ring. Juveniles have a pale bill.
 Similar species
Similar to Little Shrike-thrush which is slightly smaller and has a pinkish-brown bill.
Mid canopy of upland rainforests above 300m.
The diet includes insects and their larvae. Takes occasionally frogs.
Breeding season from September to December. The nest is a compact cup made of rootlets, dead leaves, twigs, fronds and bark strips. It's placed around 3.5m above the ground in a tree fork or a sapling. Lays 2, sometimes 3 eggs.
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