is restricted to the northern lowlands of New Guinea (Papua, formerly Irian Jaya, Indonesia
, and Papua New Guinea
). Its distribution on the Vogelkop is poorly known, but it is known from Yapen, Batanta and Salawati islands3,6,7
. There are few records as this region is seldom visited. There are recent records from Batanta, Salawati and Waigeo in north-west Papua, but several other surveys in Papua have failed to find it4,7,8
. It is usually less common where hunted4
, but large areas of its range are remote with few hunters. Beyond these scattered records, there are no data on population or trends.
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