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13-13.5 cm (5-5Â¼ in, female smaller) long and 17.5 g. 2 central tail feathers elongated to form a spike.
Dry to moist woodlands with thick undergrowth including areas with thick scrub and secondary growth.
The female builds a cup nest in a tree. The clutch consists of 2 cream eggs with brown mottling. They are incubated solely by the female for about 20 days.
The male is joined by a subordinate and displays on a slender, horizontal stem.
Their diet consists mostly of fruits, picked off a low tree or bush in flight. They also eat some insects.
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