French: Pardalote à sourcils rouges German: Rotbrauen-Panthervogel Spanish: Pardalote cejirrojo
“Australia” = New South Wales
Subspecies and Distribution
P. r. rubricatus
Gould, 1838 – inland N & C Australia S to SC Western Australia, NE South Australia (L Eyre region) and SW New South Wales.
P. r. yorki
Mathews, 1913 – N Queensland (Cape York Peninsula).
9–11·5 cm; 9–14 g. Tiny, attractively patterned passerine with short square-cut tail and short deep bill. Male nominate race has black cap with distinct... read more
Loud simple song of 2–6 syllables, “do doo-doo-doo-doo-doo”, lasting 1... read more
Wide range of woodlands and open forests, especially riparian woodland dominated by eucalypts (... read more
Food and feeding
Diet poorly known; consists mainly of invertebrates. Arboreal; forages mostly in foliage, typically of eucalypts, but also including other... read more
Recorded in all months, mostly Aug–Oct. Nest built by both sexes, cup-shaped and substantial, mostly of bark, lining of grass stems... read more
Little known; resident in much of range.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Generally common throughout its extensive range. Can be elusive; often detected more readily by means of its voice than by direct observation.... read more
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