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37cm (14Â½ in).
Sexes similar. Juveniles are paler and duller than adults.
Subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, and heavily degraded former forest. Occurs mainly in the lowlands but recorded up to 2000m.
They are noisy and conspicuous usually moving in groups of about 6 birds.
Feeds on invertebrates, fruits and berries. May also take eggs and nestlings.
Breeding recorded from October to December. One described nest was made of twigs and creeper stems and placed 3m above the ground in a low tree. Lays 2 - 6 eggs.
A resident species.
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