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Sumatran Whistling Thrush - BirdForum Opus

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Alternative name: Chestnut-winged Whistling-thrush; Brown-winged Whistling Thrush

Myophonus castaneus



Endemic to Sumatra.


This is a monotypic species.
It was formerly considered a subspecies of Sunda Whistling Thrush.


Moist montanes.


The diet includes snails.

Its cup shaped nest is built from moss and twigs in a rock crevice and is lined with roots nd leaves. 3-4 grey speckled eggs are laid.

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