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Alternative names: Tanahjampea Monarch

Photo by James Eaton
Pulau Tanahjampea, Indonesia, October 2011
Photo by James Eaton
Pulau Tanahjampea, Indonesia, October 2011
Symposiachrus everetti

Monarcha everetti


14 cm. Black head, chest and upperparts, white underparts, rump and distal half of outer-tail feathers. Immature greyer and browner, with or without a rusty rump.


Endemic to Tanah Jampea in the Selayar Islands. South East Asia: Indonesia: Greater Sundas.


Formerly placed in genus Monarcha.


Moist lowland forests, mangrove forest and moist shrubland.


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