ⓘ Lord Howe boobook

                                     

ⓘ Lord Howe boobook

The Lord Howe boobook, also known as the Lord Howe morepork, was a bird in the true owl family endemic to Lord Howe Island in the Tasman Sea, part of New South Wales, Australia. It is an extinct and little-known subspecies of the Southern boobook.

                                     
  • extinct Lord Howe golden whistler or Pachycephala pectoralis contempta Lord Howe morepork, another name for the Lord Howe boobook Lord Howe pigeon or
  • Ninox connivens Sumba boobook Ninox rudolfi Little Sumba hawk - owl, Ninox sumbaensis Morepork, Ninox novaeseelandiae Lord Howe boobook N. n. albaria - extinct
  • 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
  • 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 been
  • extinct: N. n. albaria, the Lord Howe boobook vanished from Lord Howe Island in the 1950s. N. n. leucopsis, the Tasmanian boobook is found across Tasmania
  • Black - tailed nativehen Lord Howe woodhen Lord Howe Island endemic Lord Howe swamphen extinct - formerly endemic to Lord Howe Island Australian crake
  • ecosystems and culture. There are two native reptiles, the Lord Howe Island gecko and the Lord Howe Island skink, both of which occur only on Phillip Island
  • Adclarkia dawsonensis Margaret River hairy marron, Cherax tenuimanus Lord Howe Island stick insect, Dryococelus australis Golden sun moth, Synemon plana