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wattlebird: see honeyeaterhoneyeater
common name for arboreal birds comprising some 160 species of the family Meliphagidae, and found in Australia, New Zealand, and the SW Pacific. There is a single South American genus.
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Pizzey likens the song of Tasmania's yellow wattlebird
to coughing and vomiting.
Assortative pollination by red wattlebirds
in a hybrid population of Anigozanthos Labill (Haemodoraceae).
There are also a wide variety of birds, including sea- and wedge-tailed eagles, laughing kookaburras, wattlebirds
and yellow-tailed black cockatoos.
Tapaculos; Cotingas; Sharpbill; Manakins; Tyrant Flycatchers; Australian Treecreepers; Lyrebirds; Scrub Birds; Bower Birds; Fairy Wrens; Australo-Papuan Warblers; Honeyeaters; Wattlebirds
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