Red-browed Treecreeper (Climacteris erythrops) - HBW 12, p. 658
French: Échelet à sourcils roux
Spanish: Corretroncos Cejirrojo
Other common names: Red-eyebrowed Treecreeper
Taxonomy: Climacteris erythrops Gould, 1841, Liverpool Ranges, New South Wales, Australia.
Genus name originally introduced with no indication of intended gender, so deemed to be masculine by default. Forms a superspecies with C. affinis. Birds from mountain forests of SE coast of Victoria described as race olinda, but generally considered indistinguishable from populations in rest of range. Monotypic.
Distribution: Coastal and highland forests of SE Australia, from SE Queensland S to Victoria (E from slightly W of Melbourne).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
Male feeding (with female nearby)
Locality Wivenhoe Outlook, Queensland, Australia
Tom Tarrant 17 April 2010 3 years ago 3.9
Foraging on a tree trunk
Locality Monga National Park, New South Wales, Australia
Lindsay Hansch 26 April 2008 2 years ago 3.8
feeding in a Casuarina woodland very near a montane rainforest
Locality Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia (Monotypic species)
Michael Retter 25 October 2009 3 years ago 3.3
Red-browed Treecreeper (Climacteris erythrops)
Locality Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia
cel_polo 19 October 2011 1 year ago 2.4
Dorsal view of bird foraging in Eucalyptus tree
Locality Capertee Valley, New South Wales, Australia (Monotypic species)
Mikko Pyhälä 6 August 2010 2 years ago 1.6
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