White-browed Robin (Poecilodryas superciliosa) - HBW 12, p. 469
French: Miro bridé
Spanish: Petroica Cejuda
Other common names: White-browed Flycatcher/Flyrobin/Shrike-robin, White-winged Flyrobin, White-eyebrowed Robin
Taxonomy: Petroica superciliosa Gould, 1847, near Burdekin Lakes, Queensland, Australia.
Traditionally treated as conspecific with P. cerviniventris, but differences between the two in size and plumage now generally accepted as sufficient to warrant treatment as separate species. Monotypic.
Distribution: NE Queensland (Cape York S to Mackay region), in NE Australia.
- Least Concern Enlarge map
White-browed Robin in rainforest
Locality Mareeba, Queensland, Australia
David Taylor 1 January 2009 4 years ago 4.5
Single adult responding to 'pishing'.
Locality Mitchell Creek, Queensland, Australia (Monotypic species)
Tom Tarrant 24 July 2004 5 years ago 3.5
Seems quite common here
Locality McIvor River, Cooktown, Queensland, Australia (Monotypic species)
Phil Gregory 1 October 2014 10 weeks ago 3.4
- No sound recordings available yet