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Singing Honeyeater Lichenostomus virescens

Described by: Vieillot (1817)
Alternate common name(s): Black-faced Honeyeater, Large-striped Honeyeater
Old scientific name(s): Meliphaga virescens


Australia - Aug, 2000 © Giuliano Gerra and Silvio Sommazzi  Port Augusta, South Australia, Australia - Mar, 2006 © Arthur Grosset  Port Augusta, South Australia, Australia - Mar, 2006 © Arthur Grosset  Kalbarri, Western Australia, Australia - Aug 9, 2006 © Jean-Philippe Paris 
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(1) W. and s. Western Australia from Shark Bay and Rottnest Is. to sw. South Australia.
(2) C. Queensland, c. New South Wales, nw. and s. Victoria and se. South Australia.
(3) Nw. and c. Australia in c. to n. Western Australia, c. Northern Territory, c. South Australia, w. Queensland and ex. nw. New South Wales.
(4) N. Northern Territory (Arnhem Land, Melville Is., Groote Eylandt).


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Clements, James F. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Company, 2000.


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