The grey-cheeked fulvetta or Morrison's fulvetta is a bird in the family Alcippeidae. The species was first described by Robert Swinhoe in 1863. The grey-cheeked fulvetta is part of a species complex and the nominate morrisonia is now restricted to endemic Taiwan birds, with the David's fulvetta, Huet's fulvetta and Yunnan fulvetta now recognised as a separate species.
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NoNot a migrant
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