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- Ficedula luzoniensis
Endemic to the Philippines.
Eight subspecies recognized:
- F. l. calayensis on Calayan (Philippines)
- F. l. luzoniensis on Luzon and Mindoro (Philippines)
- F. l. rara on Palawan (southwest Philippines)
- F. l. nigrorum on Negros (Philippines)
- F. l. malindangensis in the southern Philippines (Mount Malindang region of northwest Mindanao)
- F. l. daggayana in northern Mindanao (southern Philippines)
- F. l. montigena in the Mountains of central Mindanao (southern Philippines)
- F. l. matutumensis on Mount Busa and Mount Matutum, south central Mindanao (Philippines)
Formerly considered conspecific with Snowy-browed Flycatcher.
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