Kalkadoon Grasswren – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Kalkadoon Grasswren (Amytornis ballarae) is a species of passerine bird in the family Maluridae. It is endemic to Australia.
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Amytornis ballarae – Kalkadoon Grasswren (5) Amytornis barbatus – Grey Grasswren (1) Amytornis dorotheae – Carpentarian Grasswren (4) Amytornis goyderi – Eyrean Grasswren (4)

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Kalkadoon Grasswren Amytornis ballarae Condon 1969 ne Australia: nw Queensland, Mt. … The Directory of Australian Birds: Passerines, CSIRO Publishing …

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Kalkadoon Grasswren: Amytornis ballarae: Black Grasswren: Amytornis housei: White-throated Grasswren: Amytornis … and nomenclature of which generally follows the Wells World Birds list on …

Short-tailed Grasswren RFI
… in – Australian Journal of Zoology, 47, 2 (1999): 113-124 Also * Kalkadoon Grasswren Amytornis ballarae … Schodde & I.J.Mason, The Directory of Australian Birds: Passerines …

Kalkadoon Grasswren: Amytornis ballarae : Honeyeaters: Family Meliphagidae : Kauai Oo: Moho braccatus: PHY (3) Bishop’s Oo: Moho bishopi: PHY (4) Stitchbird: Notiomystis cincta

Birds: Maluridae
Birds and their associated Chewing Lice Avian taxonomy Howard and … Amytornis purnelli (Mathews, 1914) – Dusky Grasswren; Amytornis ballarae Condon, 1969 – Kalkadoon Grasswren

Maluridae – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
… Amytornis textilis; Dusky Grasswren, Amytornis purnelli; Kalkadoon Grasswren, Amytornis ballarae … Birds. London: Merehurst Press. pp. 196. ISBN 1-85391-186-0.   ^ Schodde …

Birds Species List on The Kalkadoon Grasswren Tour Birding Tour …
Trip Reports and Lists Possible Bird List for Gulf, Gorges, and Grasswrens … Kalkadoon Grasswren Amytornis ballarae Pardalotidae Red-browed Pardalote Pardalotus rubricatus

Short-tailed Grasswren RFI
… the clearing in Queensland is remote from the areas home to the new Kalkadoon Grasswren (Amytornis ballarae … mail: There’s nothing quite like the feeling of seeing a new bird is …

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