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Size: 15 cm
Location: Fraserís Hill (Pahang/Malaysia)
Distinguished from the Pied Thriller by its smaller size, lack of white supercillium and more narrow wing bar. Female has a slaty-grey (not black) back.
A clear chir-up, chir-rup.
An arboreal bird found in a variety of wooded habitats, from closed forest to forest edges and bamboo; in both lowlands and montane areas to 2000m elevation. A lively bird that fliesabout at canopy level and lower levels, mainly hunting for insects, larvae and spiders on the foliage. Itís also flies out to catch small flying prey. It often spotted with other insectivorous species in the bird waves.
Oriental region. Within the region, a widespread and fairly common resident on most of the mainland, in the East Malaysia mainly in montane regions; single recording from Brunei.
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nice capture, a new species in TN, TFS Ori
Lovely picture with good use of space even though the bird is un conventionally placed closer to the center the picture looks good