A drab flycatcher with brown upperparts, a paler gray underside, and rufous coloration in the tail, rump, and wing. Shows a pale mark between the bill and the eye. Juvenile shows a mottled head and buff wing markings. Found within shady forest understory in lowlands and hills. Confined to Peleng Island. Longer-billed and longer-tailed than female Snowy-browed Flycatcher, and lacks the warm buffy breast. Song is a simple, crisp warble of around four rising and falling notes. Also gives a thrush-like thin, high-pitched “tseeyup” note.
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