Green Catbird (Ailuroedus crassirostris) - HBW 14, p. 394
French: Jardinier vert
Spanish: Maullador Verde
Other common names: Large-billed Catbird
Taxonomy: Lanius crassirostris Paykull, 1815, "Nova Hollandia" = Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Probably forms a superspecies with A. melanotis; sometimes considered conspecific, but treatment as separate species supported by morphological and geographical factors, and equivocal protein-allozyme data. Monotypic.
Distribution: Coastal E Australia from SE Queensland (Dawes Range area) S to SE New South Wales (to area due E of about Canberra).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
A bird perched behind a branch and singing at the end Locality Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (Monotypic species)
Rigdon Currie 30 September 2002 6 years ago 17 sec 4.1
A bird calling from a tree Locality O'Reilly's, Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia (Monotypic species)
Keith Blomerley 13 November 2003 6 years ago 24 sec 3.8
A bird perched, looking around and flying away. Locality Royal National Park, New South Wales, Australia (ssp crassirostris)
Josep del Hoyo 17 October 2009 3 years ago 19 sec 3.7
Sound of the call of the Green Catbird. Locality Mary Cairncross Reserve, Queensland, Australia
Christine King 21 October 2013 1 year ago 5 sec 3.5
A bird calling from the vegetation Locality Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia (Monotypic species)
Rigdon Currie 31 October 2004 6 years ago 2 sec 3.1
Brief view of a bird in a tree and flying away. Locality O'Reilly's, Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia (Monotypic species)
Josep del Hoyo 18 October 2010 3 years ago 13 sec 3