150,000 (Mead, Lee, and Neveux 2007). 5,000 or more in North Maluku (Grimes 1982), 8,000 to 10,000 in South Sulawesi (Grimes and Grimes 1987), 7,000 in North Sulawesi and Gorontalo, 36,000 in Central Sulawesi, 40,000 in Southeast Sulawesi (Mead, Lee, and Neveux 2007), and several thousand in Nusa Tenggara (Wurm and Hattori 1981; Verheijen 1986).
Well dispersed throughout north central Indonesia; Sulawesi Utara Province, Wori, Tumpaan, and Belang subdistricts; Sulawesi Selatan Province, Selayar, Bone, and Sinjai regencies; Sulawesi Tengah and Sulawesi Tenggara provinces; Gorontalo Province, Popayato and Tilamuta subdistricts; Maluku Utara Province on Bacan, Obi, Kayoa, and Sula islands.
Jampea, Jaya Bakti, Kajoa, Matalaang, Poso, Roti, Same’, Sulamu, Togian 1, Togian 2, Wallace.
Vigorous in north Maluku and Southeast Sulawesi. Also use Indonesian [ind].