Garrulax konkakinhensis J.C. Eames & C. Eames, 2001 — Overview

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IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)

Distribution

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Range Description

Garrulax konkakinhensis was first discovered at Mount Kon Ka Kinh, one of the highest peaks in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Three specimens were collected there in April 1999, including one from a group of at least three individuals. There have subsequently been unpublished records from four locations within Kom Tum Province, including the Mang Canh Plateau in Kon Prong State Forest Enterprise (Mahood et al. in press). It has also recently been recorded in Xe Sap in Laos, where it could be abundant (T. Gray in litt. 2012).

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