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Passeriformes > Meliphagidae

Regent Honeyeater

Anthochaera phrygia

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Medium-sized honeyeater found in dry forests of northeastern Victoria and seasonally in small numbers up the eastern coast to around Brisbane. Critically endangered and the focus of a recovery program. Unmistakable, beautiful bird with black head, large bare warty red eye patch, and an elaborate scaly white-yellow-black pattern on back, wings, and belly. Tail is black with broad yellow corners.

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