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12 cm (4Â¾ in)
Immatures similar to the female, yellower below, particularly on the belly.
There are 3 subspecies:
Foothills and slopes, up to1200 m. They can usually be found in the canopy of wet forest and tall second growth.
They construct a cup from fine rootlets; it is lined with black fungal rhizomorphs.
Their diet consists of arthropods and fruit.
Call: a scratchy single or repeated tsew.
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