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The scarlet minivet (Pericrocotus speciosus) is a dramatically sexually dimorphic tropical Asian cuckoo shrike – the male is scarlet to orange with black upper parts, the female is usually yellow with greyish olive upper parts. Found in tropical southern Asia from India, Sri Lanka to southern China, Indonesia, and the Philippines, it catches insects in trees by flycatching or while perched. There are about 15 species of minivet. All have the same habits of gleaning for insects and are often seen in mixed-species foraging flocks, usually foraging in small groups, high up in the forest canopy.
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