Christidis, L. Boles Systematics and Taxonomy of Australian Birds. Commonwealth of Australia Declaration under s, s, and s of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act - List of threatened species, List of threatened ecological communities and List of threatening processes. Canberra: Federal Register of Legislative Instruments. Commonwealth of Australia b. Department of the Environment and Heritage ba. Canberra: DEH.
Due to differences in plumage between the Lord Howe Island population and the Norfolk Island population it was divided into two subspecies, the Norfolk Starling Aplonis fusca fusca , and Lord Howe Starling Aplonis fusca hulliana. Both subspecies are now extinct. Lord Howe Starlings were typically 18 cm long with a glossy metallic green head, neck, mantle and throat. They had orange red irises and slate grey backs with a dull greenish gloss. Their rump and the underparts were grey as were their tail although the latter had brownish tips to the feathers. They had rich brown wings. They may not occur thoughout the sub-region but may be restricted to certain areas. The information presented in this map is only indicative and may contain errors and omissions. Scientific name: Aplonis fusca hulliana. Commonwealth status: Extinct.
Your login: Password:. Enter your login name or your email address and click on Send reminder to receive a reminder by email. In Australian ornithologist Gregory Mathews recognized that the plumage of the race from Lord Howe Island was much browner and more greyish than the plumage of the Norfolk Island race and split the species into two forms, the Norfolk Starling Aplonis fusca fusca , and Lord Howe Starling Aplonis fusca hulliana. Both subspecies are now extinct, thus so the species. Source: Wikipedia. Taxonomic status: Species status: full species Your sightings. Add to a lifelist: None Date: You must be logged in to view your sighting details. To register to myAvibase click here.
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