IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)

Distribution

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Range Description

Cochoa azurea is endemic to the mountains of west and central Java, Indonesia, where it is known from the higher peaks within a range spanning from Gunung Halimun to Gunung Slamet. There are recent records from just four localities. It appears to occur at low densities, although it is perhaps more unobtrusive than genuinely rare. Its population is nevertheless likely to be undergoing a steady decline as Javan montane forests become increasingly isolated by deforestation on lower slopes.

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