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Analisoma ostenta

Coracina ostenta


25 cm. Black head and upper breast, forming dark hood, dark grey back and rump, black wings with white wing-patch across greater coverts and tertials, black tail with white tips to outer tail feathers, dark grey breast and belly, white undertail-coverts, dark bill, iris and legs. Female similar to male although head grey (lacks black hood) and underparts paler.




This is a monotypic species.
Formerly placed in the genus Coracina, sometimes placed in the genus Edolisoma.


Moist lowland forests and montanes.


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