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Alternative name: Korean Flycatcher
13 to 13.5cm
 Similar Species
Similar only to the Narcissus Flycatcher.
Hartert (1907) treated this as a part of the narcissina group.
Included in this species complex was the species called Elise's Flycatcher. Weigold (1922) found this species to be distinct and found the elisae and zanthopygia species breeding in the same area in oak forest near Peking.
Forests, forest edges, scrubs, plantations and wooded areas.
Solitary, frequents the lower storey but will also feed in the canopy. Often quiet and unobtrusive.
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