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Bornean banded pitta

John Gould - Gould, John, 1804-1881; Sharpe, Richard Bowdler, 1847-1909: Birds of Asia., Volume V, London

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Hydrornis schwaneri Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Pittidae Family
23 cm Length
Tropical lowland & montane moist forest. degraded former forest, plantations. Between 50 - 1,675 m.  Range:- Endemic to Island of Borneo:- Brunei, [Indonesia, Greater Sundas, Kalimantan] & Malaysia.

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 eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Worms, snails, arthropods. Food  
 - TSN: 711671 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

AKA:- German: Borneobindenpitta
English: Banded Pitta (Bornean), Bornean Banded Pitta, Bornean Banded-Pitta
French: Brève de Bornéo, Brève de Schwaner
Latin: Hydrornis schwaneri, Pitta guajana schwaneri, Pitta schwaneri
Dutch: Borneoblauwstaartpitta
Polish: kurtaczek złotawy
Russian: Борнеоская синехвостая питта
Slovak: pita bornejská

Sub-species None known


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