ⓘ Lord Howe fantail

                                     

ⓘ Lord Howe fantail

The Lord Howe fantail, also known as the Lord Howe Island fantail or fawn-breasted fantail, was a small bird in the fantail family, Rhipiduridae. It is an extinct subspecies of the New Zealand fantail. It was endemic to Lord Howe Island in the Tasman Sea, part of New South Wales, Australia.

                                     
  • 40 of Lord Howe s endemic bird species were extinct, including the Lord Howe fantail Lord Howe gerygone, and robust white - eye. The Lord Howe starling
  • novaeseelandiae albaria Lord Howe currawong or Strepera graculina crissalis Lord Howe fantail or Rhipidura fuliginosa cervina, extinct Lord Howe gerygone or Gerygone
  • Lord Howe Island haʊ formerly Lord Howe s Island is an irregularly crescent - shaped volcanic remnant in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand
  • hyperythra Friendly fantail Rhipidura albolimbata Grey fantail Rhipidura albiscapa New Zealand fantail Rhipidura fuliginosa Lord Howe fantail Rhipidura fuliginosa
  • The Lord Howe swamphen Porphyrio albus also known as the Lord Howe gallinule, white swamphen, or white gallinule, is an extinct species of rail which
  • on Lord Howe Island. It is also known by its Maori names, pīwakawaka, tīwakawaka or piwaiwaka the common pied morph is also known as pied fantail not
  • rats include the Lord Howe Island thrush, Lord Howe gerygone, Lord Howe starling, Lord Howe fantail and robust white - eye. The Lord Howe boobook may have
  • Howe Island White Eye 1924 Iwo Jima Rail Lord Howe Island Fantail subsp. Pink - headed Duck 1925 Lord Howe Island Starling subsp. 1927 Paradise parrot
  • black - blotched stingray, black - spotted stingray, fantail ray, fantail stingray, giant reef ray, blotched fantail ray, and speckled stingray. In Australia, it
  • Rhipiduridae fantails Lord Howe fantail Rhipidura fuliginosa cervina Lord Howe Island, Southwest Pacific, c. 1925 New Zealand fantail subspecies that