The White-bellied Whistler (Pachycephala leucogastra) occurs in two small areas of northern New Guinea, one small area in south eastern New Guinea and on Rossel Island in the Louisiade Archipelago (off the tip of eastern New Guinea).
They are found in a variety of habitats, including wet eucalyptus forests, mangrove forests, savanna and rubber plantations.
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