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Asia, Brunei, Global, IndoChina, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand Read less
Asia, Brunei, Global, IndoChina, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand Read more
The global population size has not been quantified, but the species is described as scarce to fairly common over much of its range, although locally numerous. The species is described as rare in Taman Negara, Malaysia (del Hoyo et al . 2007). ...
Opinions on the correct taxonomic placement for the rail-babbler have differed. At one time, it was placed in the Old World babbler family, Timaliidae. Until recently, it had been regarded as being related to a group which included the quail-thrushes and whipbirds, and placed in the family Cinclosomatidae (previously in Orthonychidae when the members of the Cinclosomatidae were regarded as belonging with the logrunners). ...