ⓘ Western rufous bristlebird

                                     

ⓘ Western rufous bristlebird

The western rufous bristlebird, also known as the rufous bristlebird, the south-western rufous bristlebird or the lesser rufous bristle bird, is an extinct and little-known subspecies of the rufous bristlebird that was endemic to Western Australia.

                                     
  • The rufous bristlebird Dasyornis broadbenti is one of three extant species of bristlebirds It is endemic to Australia where three subspecies have been
  • risk near threatened D. broadbenti litoralis western rufous bristlebird extinct Western bristlebird Dasyornis longirostris endangered Once placed
  • shorter tail than other bristlebirds yet it is still quite long tail is rufous with darker brown stripes. Its body is rufous with dark brown under - surface
  • environments in eastern Australia Bristlebirds Dasyornithidae three species: eastern, western and rufous bristlebirds Pardalotes Pardalotidae four
  • sometimes considered a subspecies of the rufous fieldwren. Gill, Frank Donsker, David, eds. 2019 Bristlebirds pardalotes, Australasian warblers World
  • Dasyornis longirostris western bristlebird Dasyornis brachypterus eastern bristlebird Dasyornis broadbenti rufous bristlebird Pycnoptilus floccosus
  • and brolga frequent the wetlands while the orange - bellied parrot, rufous bristlebird striated fieldwren and beautiful firetail have been recorded in the
  • National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972 as follows: Painted buttonquail and rufous bristlebird are listed as vulnerable. Red - necked wallaby, common wombat, beautiful
  • Gerygone sulphurea Rufous - sided gerygone, Gerygone dorsalis Mangrove gerygone, Gerygone levigaster Plain gerygone, Gerygone inornata Western gerygone, Gerygone