Tooth-billed Bowerbird (Scenopoeetes dentirostris) - HBW 14, p. 394
French: Jardinier à bec denté
Spanish: Pergolero Dentado
Other common names: (The) Stagemaker, Stagemaker Bowerbird, Toothbill/Tooth-billed Catbird
Taxonomy: Scenopoeus dentirostris E. P. Ramsay, 1876, Bellenden Ker Range, 3000-4000 feet [c. 915-1220 m], north Queensland, Australia.
Sometimes placed in genus Ailuroedus. Birds from Johnstone R described as a geographical race, minor, but differences from those in rest of range considered trivial. Treated as monotypic.
Distribution: Wet tropics of NE Queensland (from Big Tableland S to Mt Elliot), in NE Australia.
- Least Concern Enlarge map
A bird calling from the floor of a dark rainforest
Locality Lake Barrine, Queensland, Australia
steve dillinger 5 December 2007 3 years ago 3.5
A bower of the Tooth-billed Bowerbird. The bower is extremely simple: an area of leaves with the undersides turned up. The bower
Locality Lake Eacham National Park, Queensland, Australia
oceras 19 October 2007 3 years ago 3.3
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