IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)

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Little is known about the biology and ecology of this forest-dwelling bird. Its diet is thought to most likely contain small invertebrates, particularly winged insects (3), which it catches by making short sallies from low exposed perches (2). Usually seen in pairs, large-billed blue-flycatchers have been observed in a breeding condition between February and July, and chicks have been seen in October and November (3).


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