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Alternative name: Arfak Berrypecker
11.5cm (4Â½ in). A very small Berrypecker.
Sexes similar, immatures not certainly described.
 Similar species
The pale bill, the greyish head and the bright yellow pectoral tufts distinguish this species from female Black Berrypeckers.
Patchily distributed in the eastern half of New Guinea, no recent records from Arfak mountains in the west. A very poorly known restricted-range species.
Hill forest, forest edge and secondary growth. Recorded from 640m to at least 1100m.
Diet poorly known. Has been seen taking small berries and arthropods.
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