Trogon reinwardtii Temminck, 1822, Java. Occasionally considered conspecific with Sumatran trogon (A. mackloti), although range and appearance differ. Monotypic.
OTHER COMMON NAMES
English: Blue-tailed trogon, Macklot’s trogon, Reinwardt’s trogon; French: Trogon de Reinwardt; German: Reinwardttrogon; Spanish: Trogуn de Java.
13.4 in (34 cm), weight unknown. Olive-brown head and shoulders, blue-green upperparts, yellow throat and lower breast, metallic blue tail, with three outer retrices tipped and edged in white, red bill.
Montane evergreen forests.
Little known; probably sedentary.
FEEDING ECOLOGY AND DIET
Eats insects, including beetles, cicadas, caterpillars, grasshoppers, as well as fruit, including figs.
Little known; breeding reported April through December; lays one to three eggs.
Uncommon within restricted range.
SIGNIFICANCE TO HUMANS
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