The diet of the Mountain Owlet-nightjar Aegotheles albertisi.

Faeces were obtained from six known roost sites and 18 individuals captured in mist nets between October and December 1986 at Mt Missam, Morobe province, Papua New Guinea. Both stomach flushing and faecal analysis techniques showed Coleoptera to be the dominant prey item. No vertebrate remains were found.

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