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NAMES >> Index >>Lyrebirds to whipbirds

IOC English NameScientific NameRangeComments
       
 
ORDER PASSERIFORMES
  PHY : The Passeriformes, or perching birds, include the majority of world bird species; parrots are the sister group of the perching birds (Hackett et al. 2008)
       
Lyrebirds (2)
Family Menuridae
   
Albert's Lyrebird Menura alberti  Bonaparte, 1850 AU : e Australia  
Superb Lyrebird Menura novaehollandiae  Latham, 1801 AU : e and se Australia  
        M. n. edwardi  Chisholm, 1921 se Queensland and ne New South Wales (e Australia)  
        M. n. novaehollandiae  Latham, 1801 ec to se New South Wales (se Austrralia)  
        M. n. victoriae  Gould, 1865 extreme se New South Wales to s Victoria (se Australia)  
       
Scrubbirds (2)
Family Atrichornithidae
   
Rufous Scrubbird Atrichornis rufescens  (Ramsay, EP, 1866) AU : e Australia  
        A. r. rufescens  (Ramsay, EP, 1866) se Queensland and ne New South Wales  
        A. r. ferrieri  Schodde & Mason, 1999 ec New South Wales  
Noisy Scrubbird Atrichornis clamosus  (Gould, 1844) AU : sw Australia  
       
Bowerbirds (20)
Family Ptilonorhynchidae
   
White-eared Catbird Ailuroedus buccoides  (Temminck, 1836) AU : New Guinea  
        A. b. buccoides  (Temminck, 1836) w Papuan Islands, far w New Guinea  
        A. b. geislerorum  Meyer, AB, 1891 n New Guinea  
        A. b. stonii  Sharpe, 1876 se New Guinea  
        A. b. cinnamomeus  Mees, 1964 s New Guinea  
Green Catbird Ailuroedus crassirostris  (Paykull, 1815) AU : e Australia  
Spotted Catbird Ailuroedus melanotis  (Gray, GR, 1858) AU : New Guinea, ne Australia AS : Ailuroedus melanotis is split from A. crassirostris (Christidis & Boles 2008)
        A. m. misoliensis  Mayr & Meyer de Schauensee, 1939 Misool I. (w Papuan Is.)  
        A. m. arfakianus  Meyer, AB, 1874 Vogelkop Mts. (nw New Guinea)  
        A. m. jobiensis  Rothschild, 1895 n New Guinea  
        A. m. facialis  Mayr, 1936 wc New Guinea  
        A. m. guttaticollis  Stresemann, 1922 ec New Guinea  
        A. m. astigmaticus  Mayr, 1931 ne New Guinea  
        A. m. melanocephalus  Ramsay, EP, 1883 se New Guinea  
        A. m. melanotis  (Gray, GR, 1858) sc New Guinea and Aru Is.  
        A. m. joanae  Mathews, 1941 e Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        A. m. maculosus  Ramsay, EP, 1875 n Queensland (ne Australia)  
Tooth-billed Bowerbird Scenopoeetes dentirostris  (Ramsay, EP, 1876) AU : ne Australia  
Archbold's Bowerbird Archboldia papuensis  Rand, 1940 AU : New Guinea  
        A. p. papuensis  Rand, 1940 wc New Guinea  
        A. p. sanfordi  Mayr & Gilliard, 1950 ec New Guinea  
Vogelkop Bowerbird Amblyornis inornata  (Schlegel, 1871) AU : nw New Guinea  
MacGregor's Bowerbird Amblyornis macgregoriae  De Vis, 1890 AU : c, e New Guinea ENG : CORRECT: English name of Amblyornis macgregoriae from Macgregor‘s Bowerbird to MacGregor‘s Bowerbird
        A. m. mayri  Hartert, 1930 wc New Guinea to c New Guinea  
        A. m. kombok  Schodde & McKean, 1973 ec New Guinea  
        A. m. amati  Pratt, 1982 Adelbert Mts. (ne New Guinea)  
        A. m. germana  Rothschild, 1910 Huon Pen. (ne New Guinea)  
        A. m. macgregoriae  De Vis, 1890 se New Guinea  
        A. m. nubicola  Schodde & McKean, 1973 Owen Stanley Range (extreme se New Guinea)  
        A. m. lecroyae  Frith, CB & Frith, DW, 1997 Mt. Bosavi (sc New Guinea)  
Streaked Bowerbird Amblyornis subalaris  Sharpe, 1884 AU : se New Guinea  
Golden-fronted Bowerbird Amblyornis flavifrons  Rothschild, 1895 AU : nc New Guinea  
Golden Bowerbird Prionodura newtoniana  De Vis, 1883 AU : ne Australia  
Masked Bowerbird Sericulus aureus  (Linnaeus, 1758) AU : w New Guinea  
Flame Bowerbird Sericulus ardens  (D'Albertis & Salvadori, 1879) AU : s New Guinea  
Fire-maned Bowerbird Sericulus bakeri  (Chapin, 1929) AU : ne New Guinea  
Regent Bowerbird Sericulus chrysocephalus  (Lewin, 1808) AU : e Australia  
Satin Bowerbird Ptilonorhynchus violaceus  (Vieillot, 1816) AU : e Australia  
        P. v. violaceus  (Vieillot, 1816) se Queensland to s Victoria  
        P. v. minor  Campbell, AJ, 1912 ne Queensland  
Western Bowerbird Chlamydera guttata  Gould, 1862 AU : w, c Australia  
        C. g. guttata  Gould, 1862 w and c Australia  
        C. g. carteri  Mathews, 1920 North West Cape Pen. (w Australia)  
Great Bowerbird Chlamydera nuchalis  (Jardine & Selby, 1830) AU : n Australia  
        C. n. nuchalis  (Jardine & Selby, 1830) nw to nc Australia  
        C. n. orientalis  Gould, 1879 ne Australia  
Spotted Bowerbird Chlamydera maculata  (Gould, 1837) AU : e, se Australia  
Yellow-breasted Bowerbird Chlamydera lauterbachi  Reichenow, 1897 AU : New Guinea  
        C. l. lauterbachi  Reichenow, 1897 ne New Guinea  
        C. l. uniformis  Rothschild, 1931 wc to ec New Guinea  
Fawn-breasted Bowerbird Chlamydera cerviniventris  Gould, 1850 AU : New Guinea, ne Australia  
       
Australasian Treecreepers (7)
Family Climacteridae
   
White-throated Treecreeper Cormobates leucophaea  (Latham, 1801) AU : e Australia  
        C. l. minor  (Ramsay, EP, 1891) ne Queensland  
        C. l. intermedia  (Boles & Longmore, 1984) ec Queensland  
        C. l. metastasis  Schodde, 1989 se Queensland and ne New South Wales  
        C. l. leucophaea  (Latham, 1801) se Australia  
        C. l. grisescens  (Mathews, 1912) s Australia  
Papuan Treecreeper Cormobates placens  (Sclater, PL, 1874) AU : New Guinea  
        C. p. placens  (Sclater, PL, 1874) Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        C. p. steini  (Mayr, 1936) wc New Guinea  
        C. p. inexpectata  (Rand, 1940) Snow Mts. (c New Guinea)  
        C. p. meridionalis  (Hartert, 1907) se New Guinea  
Red-browed Treecreeper Climacteris erythrops  Gould, 1841 AU : se Australia  
White-browed Treecreeper Climacteris affinis  Blyth, 1863 AU : c Australia  
        C. a. affinis  Blyth, 1863 ec Australia  
        C. a. superciliosus  North, 1895 wc Australia  
Rufous Treecreeper Climacteris rufus  Gould, 1841 AU : sw Australia  
Brown Treecreeper Climacteris picumnus  Temminck, 1824 AU : e Australia  
        C. p. melanotus  Gould, 1847 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        C. p. picumnus  Temminck, 1824 e to sc Australia  
        C. p. victoriae  Mathews, 1912 se Australia  
Black-tailed Treecreeper Climacteris melanurus  Gould, 1843 AU : n, wc Australia  
        C. m. melanurus  Gould, 1843 nw and nc Australia  
        C. m. wellsi  Ogilvie-Grant, 1909 w Australia  
       
Australasian Wrens (29)
Family Maluridae
   
Wallace's Fairywren Sipodotus wallacii  (Gray, GR, 1862) AU : New Guinea  
        S. w. wallacii  (Gray, GR, 1862) nw and n New Guinea and nearby islands  
        S. w. coronatus  (Gould, 1878) sc, c and se New Guinea, Aru Is.  
Broad-billed Fairywren Chenorhamphus grayi  (Wallace, 1862) AU : n New Guinea  
Campbell's Fairywren Chenorhamphus campbelli  (Schodde & Weatherly, 1982) AU : sc, se New Guinea TAX : Molecular studies support species status of Campbell‘s Fairywren (Driskell et al 2011; cf Lecroy and Diamond 1995)
Emperor Fairywren Malurus cyanocephalus  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : New Guinea  
        M. c. cyanocephalus  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) nw and n New Guinea  
        M. c. mysorensis  (Meyer, AB, 1874) Biak I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        M. c. bonapartii  (Gray, GR, 1859) s New Guinea, Aru Is.  
Lovely Fairywren Malurus amabilis  Gould, 1852 AU : ne Australia  
Variegated Fairywren Malurus lamberti  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 AU : c Australia  
        M. l. dulcis  Mathews, 1908 nc Australia  
        M. l. rogersi  Mathews, 1912 nw Australia  
        M. l. assimilis  North, 1901 wc and c Australia  
        M. l. bernieri  Ogilvie-Grant, 1909 Bernier I. (off w Australia)  
        M. l. lamberti  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 se Australia  
Blue-breasted Fairywren Malurus pulcherrimus  Gould, 1844 AU : sw, sc Australia  
Red-winged Fairywren Malurus elegans  Gould, 1837 AU : sw Australia  
Superb Fairywren Malurus cyaneus  (Ellis, 1782) AU : se Australia  
        M. c. cyaneus  (Ellis, 1782) Tasmania  
        M. c. samueli  Mathews, 1912 Flanders Is. (off se Australia)  
        M. c. elizabethae  Campbell, AJ, 1901 King I. (off se Australia)  
        M. c. cyanochlamys  Sharpe, 1881 se Australia  
        M. c. leggei  Mathews, 1912 sc Australia  
        M. c. ashbyi  Mathews, 1912 Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
Splendid Fairywren Malurus splendens  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : c Australia  
        M. s. splendens  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) sw and wc Australia  
        M. s. musgravi  Mathews, 1922 c and sc Australia  
        M. s. melanotus  Gould, 1841 ec Australia  
        M. s. emmottorum  Schodde & Mason, 1999 ne Australia  
Purple-crowned Fairywren Malurus coronatus  Gould, 1858 AU : n Australia  
        M. c. coronatus  Gould, 1858 nw Australia  
        M. c. macgillivrayi  Mathews, 1913 nc Australia  
White-shouldered Fairywren Malurus alboscapulatus  Meyer, AB, 1874 AU : New Guinea  
        M. a. alboscapulatus  Meyer, AB, 1874 Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        M. a. aida  Hartert, 1930 nw and nc New Guinea  
        M. a. lorentzi  van Oort, 1909 w and s New Guinea  
        M. a. kutubu  Schodde & Hitchcock, 1968 sc New Guinea  
        M. a. moretoni  De Vis, 1892 se New Guinea  
        M. a. naimii  D'Albertis, 1875 e New Guinea  
Red-backed Fairywren Malurus melanocephalus  (Latham, 1801) AU : n, e Australia  
        M. m. cruentatus  Gould, 1840 n Australia  
        M. m. melanocephalus  (Latham, 1801) e Australia  
White-winged Fairywren Malurus leucopterus  Dumont, 1824 AU : c, w Australia  
        M. l. leucopterus  Dumont, 1824 Dirk Hartog I. (off w Australia)  
        M. l. edouardi  Campbell, AJ, 1901 Barrow I. (off w Australia)  
        M. l. leuconotus  Gould, 1865 w, c, s and e Australia  
Orange-crowned Fairywren Clytomyias insignis  Sharpe, 1879 AU : New Guinea  
        C. i. insignis  Sharpe, 1879 nw New Guinea  
        C. i. oorti  Rothschild & Hartert, 1907 wc to e New Guinea  
Southern Emu-wren Stipiturus malachurus  (Shaw, 1798) AU : e, s Australia  
        S. m. malachurus  (Shaw, 1798) e and se Australia  
        S. m. littleri  Mathews, 1912 Tasmania  
        S. m. polionotum  Schodde & Mason, 1999 sc and se Australia  
        S. m. intermedius  Ashby, 1920 Mt. Lofty Ranges (se South Australia)  
        S. m. halmaturinus  Parsons, 1920 Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
        S. m. parimeda  Schodde & Weatherly, 1981 s Eyre Pen. (s Australia)  
        S. m. westernensis  Campbell, AJ, 1912 sw Australia  
        S. m. hartogi  Carter, 1916 Dirk Hartog I. (off w Australia)  
Mallee Emu-wren Stipiturus mallee  Campbell, AJ, 1908 AU : c, se Australia  
Rufous-crowned Emu-wren Stipiturus ruficeps  Campbell, AJ, 1899 AU : w, c Australia  
Grey Grasswren Amytornis barbatus  Favaloro & McEvey, 1968 AU : ec Australia  
        A. b. barbatus  Favaloro & McEvey, 1968 Bulloo River drainage (sw Queensland and nw New South Wales)  
        A. b. diamantina  Schodde & Christidis, 1987 Diamantina River drainage (extreme sw Queensland and ne South Australia)  
Black Grasswren Amytornis housei  (Milligan, 1902) AU : nw Australia  
White-throated Grasswren Amytornis woodwardi  Hartert, 1905 AU : nc Australia  
Carpentarian Grasswren Amytornis dorotheae  (Mathews, 1914) AU : nc Australia  
Short-tailed Grasswren Amytornis merrotsyi  Mellor, 1913 AU : s Australia  
        A. m. merrotsyi  Mellor, 1913 Flinders Ranges  
        A. m. pedleri  Christidis, Horton & Norman, 2008 Gawler Ranges  
Striated Grasswren Amytornis striatus  (Gould, 1840) AU : c Australia  
        A. s. rowleyi  Schodde & Mason, 1999 ec Australia  
        A. s. whitei  Mathews, 1910 wc Australia  
        A. s. striatus  (Gould, 1840) c Australia  
Eyrean Grasswren Amytornis goyderi  (Gould, 1875) AU : c Australia  
Western Grasswren Amytornis textilis  (Dumont, 1824) AU : w, s Australia  
        A. t. textilis  (Dumont, 1824) w Australia  
        A. t. macrourus †
 (Gould, 1847)
sw Australia  
        A. t. myall  (Mathews, 1916) sc Australia  
Thick-billed Grasswren Amytornis modestus  (North, 1902) AU : c, sc and ec Australia  
        A. m. modestus † (North, 1902) c Australia  
        A. m. indulkanna  (Mathews, 1916) wc Australia  
        A. m. raglessi  Black, 2011 Flinders Ranges (sc Australia)  
        A. m. curnamona  Black, 2011 Lake Frome Basin (sc Australia)  
        A. m. obscurior  (Mathews, 1923) nw New South Wales (ec Australia)  
        A. m. inexpectatus †  (Mathews, 1912) n, s New South Wales (ec Australia)  
Dusky Grasswren Amytornis purnelli  (Mathews, 1914) AU : nc Australia  
Kalkadoon Grasswren Amytornis ballarae  Condon, 1969 AU : ec Australia  
       
Honeyeaters (184)
Family Meliphagidae
  PHY, TAX : Remove Moho to Mohoidae and Notiomystis to Notiomystidae. Revised classification (3.4) of genera and breakup of Lichenostomus follows Nyári & Joseph (2011)
Black Honeyeater Sugomel nigrum  (Gould, 1838) AU : c Australia TAX : Move Black Honeyeater from Certhionyx to Sugomel (Driskell & Christidis 2004, Higgins et al 2008, Christidis &  Boles 2008)
Drab Myzomela Myzomela blasii  (Salvadori, 1882) AU : s Moluccas  
White-chinned Myzomela Myzomela albigula  Hartert, 1898 AU : se New Guinea  
        M. a. pallidior  Hartert, 1898 w Louisiade Arch.  
        M. a. albigula  Hartert, 1898 Rossel I. (e Louisiade Arch.)  
Ashy Myzomela Myzomela cineracea  Sclater, PL, 1879 AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
        M. c. cineracea  Sclater, PL, 1879 New Britain  
        M. c. rooki  Hartert, 1926 Umboi I.  
Ruby-throated Myzomela Myzomela eques  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) AU : New Guinea  
        M. e. eques  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) west Papuan islands and nw New Guinea  
        M. e. primitiva  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 n New Guinea  
        M. e. nymani  Rothschild & Hartert, 1903 s and e New Guinea  
        M. e. karimuiensis  Diamond, 1967 Karimui (e highlands of New Guinea)  
Dusky Myzomela Myzomela obscura  Gould, 1843 AU : Moluccas, New Guinea, n Australia  
        M. o. mortyana  Hartert, 1903 Morotai I. (n Moluccas)  
        M. o. simplex  Gray, GR, 1861 Halmahera, Ternate, Tidore, Kasiruta, Bacan and Damar (n Moluccas)  
        M. o. rubrotincta  Salvadori, 1878 Obi and Bisa Is. (c Moluccas)  
        M. o. rubrobrunnea  Meyer, AB, 1874 Biak I. (off nw New Guinea)  PS : Distinct ssp and candidate for recognition as endemic Biak Is species (Gregory in litt)
        M. o. aruensis  Kinnear, 1924 Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        M. o. fumata  (Bonaparte, 1850) s New Guinea and islands of n Torres Strait  
        M. o. harterti  Mathews, 1911 islands of s Torres Strait and ne Australia  
        M. o. obscura  Gould, 1843 Tiwi Is. and nc Australia  
Red Myzomela Myzomela cruentata  Meyer, AB, 1874 AU : New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago  
        M. c. cruentata  Meyer, AB, 1874 New Guinea and Yapen I.  
        M. c. coccinea  Ramsay, EP, 1877 New Britain and Duke of York Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        M. c. erythrina  Ramsay, EP, 1877 New Ireland (Bismarck Arch.) PS : Distinct ssp (Reddish Myzomela); detailed review with vocalizations needed (Gregory, in litt.) 
        M. c. lavongai  Salomonsen, 1966 New Hanover (Bismarck Arch.)  
        M. c. cantans  Mayr, 1955 Tabar I. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        M. c. vinacea  Salomonsen, 1966 Dyaul I. (Bismarck Arch.)  
Papuan Black Myzomela Myzomela nigrita  Gray, GR, 1858 AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Myzomela nigrita to Papuan Black Myzomela to conform to IOC modifier rules and local use (Gregory in litt.)
        M. n. steini  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 Waigeo I. (west Papuan islands)  
        M. n. nigrita  Gray, GR, 1858 w, s and e New Guinea and Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        M. n. meyeri  Salvadori, 1881 n New Guinea and Yapen I.  
        M. n. pluto  Forbes, WA, 1879 Meos Num I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        M. n. forbesi  Ramsay, EP, 1880 D'Entrecasteaux Arch. (off se New Guinea)  
        M. n. louisiadensis  Hartert, 1898 Louisiade Arch. (off se New Guinea)  
New Ireland Myzomela Myzomela pulchella  Salvadori, 1891 AU : Bismarck Archipelago ENG : Change English name of Myzomela pulchella to New Ireland Myzomela (Gregory 2009)
Crimson-hooded Myzomela Myzomela kuehni  Rothschild, 1903 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Red-headed Myzomela Myzomela erythrocephala  Gould, 1840 AU : s New Guinea, n Australia  
        M. e. erythrocephala  Gould, 1840 n Australia and nearby islands  
        M. e. infuscata  Forbes, WA, 1879 s New Guinea, Aru Is. and islands of Torres Strait  
Sumba Myzomela Myzomela dammermani  Siebers, 1928 AU : Sumba Is. in the w Lesser Sundas. AS : M.dammermani is split from M.erythrocephala (Higgins, Christidis & Ford 2008)
Mountain Myzomela Myzomela adolphinae  Salvadori, 1876 AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Myzomela adolphinae to Mountain Myzomela (Gregory 2009)
Banda Myzomela Myzomela boiei  (Müller, S, 1843) AU : Lesser Sundas  
        M. b. boiei  (Müller, S, 1843) Banda I. (e Lesser Sundas)  
        M. b. annabellae  Sclater, PL, 1883 Babar and Tanimbar Is, (extreme e Lesser Sundas)  
Sulawesi Myzomela Myzomela chloroptera  Walden, 1872 AU : Sulawesi, n Moluccas  
        M. c. chloroptera  Walden, 1872 n, c and se Sulawesi, Sula Is. (e of Sulawesi)  
        M. c. juga  Riley, 1921 sw Sulawesi  
        M. c. eva  Meise, 1929 Selayar and Tanahjampea Is. (s of Sulawesi)  
        M. c. batjanensis  Hartert, 1903 Bacan (n Moluccas)  
Wakolo Myzomela Myzomela wakoloensis  Forbes, HO, 1883 AU : s Moluccas  
        M. w. wakoloensis  Forbes, HO, 1883 Buru  
        M. w. elisabethae  van Oort, 1911 Seram  
Scarlet Myzomela Myzomela sanguinolenta  (Latham, 1801) AU : e Australia  
New Caledonian Myzomela Myzomela caledonica  Forbes, WA, 1879 AU : New Caledonia AS : Myzomela caledonica is split from M. sanguinolenta (Higgins, Christidis & Ford 2008)
Cardinal Myzomela Myzomela cardinalis  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) AU : sw Pacific islands  
        M. c. pulcherrima  Ramsay, EP, 1881 San Cristobal and Ugi Is. (se Solomons)  
        M. c. sanfordi  Mayr, 1931 Rennell I. (s Solomons)  
        M. c. sanctaecrucis  Sarasin, 1913 Torres Is. (Vanuatu) and Santa Cruz Is. (e Solomons)  
        M. c. tucopiae  Mayr, 1937 Tikopia I. (e Solomons)  
        M. c. tenuis  Mayr, 1937 n Vanuatu  
        M. c. cardinalis  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) s Vanuatu  
        M. c. lifuensis  Layard, EL & Layard, ELC, 1878 Loyalty Is. (e of New Caledonia)  
        M. c. nigriventris  Peale, 1848 Samoa  
Rotuma Myzomela Myzomela chermesina  Gray, GR, 1846 PO : Fiji Islands  
Micronesian Myzomela Myzomela rubratra  (Lesson, 1827) PO : Micronesia  
        M. r. asuncionis  Salomonsen, 1966 n Mariana Is.  
        M. r. saffordi  Wetmore, 1917 s Mariana Is.  
        M. r. kobayashii  Momiyama, 1922 Palau Is.  
        M. r. kurodai  Momiyama, 1922 Yap I. (Caroline Is.)  
        M. r. major  Bonaparte, 1854 Truk I. (Caroline Is.)  
        M. r. dichromata  Wetmore, 1919 Pohnpei I. (Caroline Is.)  
        M. r. rubratra  (Lesson, 1827) Kosrae I (Caroline Is.)  
Sclater's Myzomela Myzomela sclateri  Forbes, WA, 1879 AU : New Guinea islands, Bismarck Archipelago ENG : Change English name of Myzomela sclateri to Sclater‘s Myzomela (Gregory 2009)
Bismarck Black Myzomela Myzomela pammelaena  Sclater, PL, 1877 AU : Bismarck Archipelago ENG : Change English name of Myzomela pammelaena to Bismarck Black Myzomela (Gregory 2009)
        M. p. ernstmayri  Meise, 1929 islets w of the Admiralty Is.  
        M. p. pammelaena  Sclater, PL, 1877 Admiralty Is.  
        M. p. hades  Meise, 1929 St. Matthias Is.  
        M. p. ramsayi  Finsch, 1886 Tingwon I. and islets off New Ireland and New Hanover  
        M. p. nigerrima  Salomonsen, 1966 islets off ne New Guinea  
Red-capped Myzomela Myzomela lafargei  Pucheran, 1853 AU : Solomon Islands  
Crimson-rumped Myzomela Myzomela eichhorni  Rothschild & Hartert, 1901 AU : Solomon Islands  
        M. e. eichhorni  Rothschild & Hartert, 1901 New Georgia group (wc Solomon Is.)  
        M. e. ganongae  Mayr, 1932 Ranongga I. (wc Solomon Is.)  
        M. e. atrata  Hartert, 1908 Vella Lavella and Baga Is. (wc Solomon Is.)  
Red-vested Myzomela Myzomela malaitae  Mayr, 1931 AU : Solomon Islands  
Black-headed Myzomela Myzomela melanocephala  (Ramsay, EP, 1879) AU : Solomon Islands  
Sooty Myzomela Myzomela tristrami  Ramsay, EP, 1881 AU : Solomon Islands  
Sulphur-breasted Myzomela Myzomela jugularis  Peale, 1848 PO : Fiji Islands  
Black-bellied Myzomela Myzomela erythromelas  Salvadori, 1881 AU : Bismarck Archipelago ENG : CHANGE English name of Myzomela erythromelas to simpler Black-bellied Myzomela in current use (Gregory in litt.)
Black-breasted Myzomela Myzomela vulnerata  (Müller, S, 1843) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Red-collared Myzomela Myzomela rosenbergii  Schlegel, 1871 AU : New Guinea  
        M. r. rosenbergii  Schlegel, 1871 Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        M. r. wahgiensis  Gyldenstolpe, 1955 wc to e New Guinea  
        M. r. longirostris  Mayr & Rand, 1935 Goodenough I. (D'Entrecasteaux Arch.)  
Tawny-crowned Honeyeater Gliciphila melanops  (Latham, 1801) AU : sw, se Australia  
        G. m. melanops  (Latham, 1801) s Australia, Bass Strait islands and e Tasmania  
        G. m. chelidonia  Schodde & Mason, 1999 w Tasmania  
Green-backed Honeyeater Glycichaera fallax  Salvadori, 1878 AU : New Guinea, ne Australia  TAX, SEQ : Move Green-backed Honeyeater from Timeliopsis to Glycichaera (Driskell & Christidis 2004, Higgins et al 2008, Christidis &  Boles 2008)
        G. f. pallida  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 Batanta and Waigeo Is. (west Papuan islands)  
        G. f. poliocephala  Salvadori, 1878 nw New Guinea and Misool and Aru Is.  
        G. f. fallax  Salvadori, 1878 Yapen I., wc New Guinea to se New Guinea  
        G. f. claudi  (Mathews, 1914) ne Australia  
Leaden Honeyeater Ptiloprora plumbea  (Salvadori, 1894) AU : New Guinea  
        P. p. granti  Mayr, 1931 wc New Guinea  
        P. p. plumbea  (Salvadori, 1894) se New Guinea  
Yellowish-streaked Honeyeater Ptiloprora meekiana  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1907) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Ptiloprora meekiana to Yellowish-streaked Honeyeater (Gregory 2009)
        P. m. occidentalis  Rand, 1940 wc New Guinea  
        P. m. meekiana  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1907) e New Guinea  
Rufous-sided Honeyeater Ptiloprora erythropleura  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : w New Guinea  
        P. e. erythropleura  (Salvadori, 1876) Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        P. e. dammermani  Stresemann & Paludan, 1934 wc New Guinea  
Rufous-backed Honeyeater Ptiloprora guisei  (De Vis, 1894) AU : New Guinea  
        P. g. umbrosa  Mayr, 1931 n New Guinea  
        P. g. guisei  (De Vis, 1894) sc and se New Guinea  
Mayr's Honeyeater Ptiloprora mayri  Hartert, 1930 AU : n New Guinea  
        P. m. mayri  Hartert, 1930 wc New Guinea  
        P. m. acrophila  Diamond, 1969 ec New Guinea  
Grey-streaked Honeyeater Ptiloprora perstriata  (De Vis, 1898) AU : New Guinea  
        P. p. praedicta  Hartert, 1930 nw New Guinea  
        P. p. incerta  Junge, 1952 wc New Guinea  
        P. p. perstriata  (De Vis, 1898) c and e New Guinea  
Eastern Spinebill Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris  (Latham, 1801) AU : e Australia  
        A. t. cairnsensis  Mathews, 1912 ne Queensland (ne Australia)  
        A. t. dubius  Gould, 1837 Tasmania and Bass Strait islands  
        A. t. halmaturinus  Campbell, AG, 1906 se South Australia and Kangaroo I.  
        A. t. tenuirostris  (Latham, 1801) e and se Australia  
Western Spinebill Acanthorhynchus superciliosus  Gould, 1837 AU : sw Australia  
Pied Honeyeater Certhionyx variegatus  Lesson, 1830 AU : c Australia  
Tui Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) AU : New Zealand  
        P. n. novaeseelandiae  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) New Zealand, Auckland and Stewart Is.  
        P. n. kermadecensis  Mathews & Iredale, 1914 Kermadec Is.  
        P. n. chathamensis  Hartert, 1928 Chatham Is.  
New Zealand Bellbird Anthornis melanura  (Sparrman, 1786) AU : New Zealand  
        A. m. melanura  (Sparrman, 1786) North I., South I. and many offshore islands  
        A. m. obscura  Falla, 1948 Three Kings I. (nw of North Island)  
        A. m. oneho  Bartle & Sagar, 1987 Poor Knights Is. (e of North Island)  
Chatham Bellbird Anthornis melanocephala 
†  Gray, GR, 1843
AU : Chatham Islands, NZ EXTINCT : Treated as specifically distinct from Anthornis melanura. BirdLife International (2012) Species factsheet: Anthornis melanocephala
Plain Honeyeater Pycnopygius ixoides  (Salvadori, 1878) AU : New Guinea  
        P. i. ixoides  (Salvadori, 1878) nw New Guinea  
        P. i. cinereifrons  Salomonsen, 1966 sw to sc New Guinea  
        P. i. simplex  (Reichenow, 1915) western nc New Guinea  
        P. i. proximus  (Madarász, 1900) eastern nc New Guinea  
        P. i. unicus  Mayr, 1931 ne New Guinea  
        P. i. finschi  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1903) se New Guinea  
Marbled Honeyeater Pycnopygius cinereus  (Sclater, PL, 1874) AU : New Guinea  
        P. c. cinereus  (Sclater, PL, 1874) nw New Guinea  
        P. c. dorsalis  Stresemann & Paludan, 1934 wc New Guinea  
        P. c. marmoratus  (Sharpe, 1882) c to e New Guinea  
Streak-headed Honeyeater Pycnopygius stictocephalus  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea  
Banded Honeyeater Cissomela pectoralis  (Gould, 1841) AU : n Australia  
Scaly-crowned Honeyeater Lichmera lombokia  (Mathews, 1926) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Olive Honeyeater Lichmera argentauris  (Finsch, 1871) AU : Moluccas  
Indonesian Honeyeater Lichmera limbata  (Müller, S, 1843) OR, AU : Lesser Sundas from Bali to Timor AS : Lichmera limbata is split from Brown Honeyeater L. indistincta (Sibley and Monroe 1990, BLI)
Brown Honeyeater Lichmera indistincta  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) AU : New Guinea, Australia  
        L. i. nupta  (Stresemann, 1912) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        L. i. melvillensis  (Mathews, 1912) Tiwi Is. (off nc Australia)  
        L. i. indistincta  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) w, c and n Australia  
        L. i. ocularis  (Gould, 1838) s New Guinea and e Australia  
Grey-eared Honeyeater Lichmera incana  (Latham, 1790) AU : Vanuatu, New Caledonia  
        L. i. incana  (Latham, 1790) New Caledonia  
        L. i. poliotis  (Gray, GR, 1859) Loyalty Is.  
        L. i. mareensis  Salomonsen, 1966 Maré I. (Loyalty Is.)  
        L. i. griseoviridis  Salomonsen, 1966 c Vanuatu Is.  
        L. i. flavotincta  (Gray, GR, 1870) Erromanga I. (Vanuatu Is.)  
Silver-eared Honeyeater Lichmera alboauricularis  (Ramsay, EP, 1878) AU : nc, se New Guinea  
        L. a. alboauricularis  (Ramsay, EP, 1878) se New Guinea  
        L. a. olivacea  Mayr, 1938 nc New Guinea  
Scaly-breasted Honeyeater Lichmera squamata  (Salvadori, 1878) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Buru Honeyeater Lichmera deningeri  (Stresemann, 1912) AU : s Moluccas  
Seram Honeyeater Lichmera monticola  (Stresemann, 1912) AU : s Moluccas  
Flame-eared Honeyeater Lichmera flavicans  (Vieillot, 1817) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Black-necklaced Honeyeater Lichmera notabilis  (Finsch, 1898) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Crescent Honeyeater Phylidonyris pyrrhopterus  (Latham, 1801) AU : s, se Australia  
        P. p. pyrrhopterus  (Latham, 1801) se Australia, Tasmania  
        P. p. halmaturinus  (Campbell, AG, 1906) sc Australia, Kangaroo I.  
New Holland Honeyeater Phylidonyris novaehollandiae  (Latham, 1790) AU : sw, se Australia  
        P. n. novaehollandiae  (Latham, 1790) se and sc Australia  
        P. n. caudatus  Salomonsen, 1966 Bass Strait Is.  
        P. n. canescens  (Latham, 1790) Tasmania  
        P. n. campbelli  (Mathews, 1923) Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
        P. n. longirostris  (Gould, 1846) sw Australia  
White-cheeked Honeyeater Phylidonyris niger  (Bechstein, 1811) AU : e, sw Australia  
        P. n. niger  (Bechstein, 1811) e Australia  
        P. n. gouldii  (Schlegel, 1872) sw Australia  
White-streaked Honeyeater Trichodere cockerelli  (Gould, 1869) AU : ne Australia  
Painted Honeyeater Grantiella picta  (Gould, 1838) AU : e Australia  
Striped Honeyeater Plectorhyncha lanceolata  Gould, 1838 AU : e, se Australia  
Spotted Honeyeater Xanthotis polygrammus  (Gray, GR, 1862) AU : New Guinea  
        X. p. polygrammus  (Gray, GR, 1862) Waigeo I. (west Papuan islands)  
        X. p. kuehni  Hartert, 1930 Misool I. (west Papuan islands)  
        X. p. poikilosternos  Meyer, AB, 1874 Salawati I. (west Papuan islands) and w New Guinea  
        X. p. septentrionalis  Mayr, 1931 n New Guinea  
        X. p. lophotis  Mayr, 1931 e and se New Guinea  
        X. p. candidior  Mayr & Rand, 1935 sc New Guinea  
Macleay's Honeyeater Xanthotis macleayanus  (Ramsay, EP, 1875) AU : ne Australia  
Tawny-breasted Honeyeater Xanthotis flaviventer  (Lesson, 1828) AU : New Guinea, ne Australia  
        X. f. fusciventris  Salvadori, 1876 Waigeo and Batanta Is. (west Papuan islands)  
        X. f. flaviventer  (Lesson, 1828) Salawati and Misool Is. (west Papuan islands) and nw New Guinea  
        X. f. saturatior  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1903) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea), islands in the Torres Strait and sc New Guinea  
        X. f. visi  (Hartert, 1896) se New Guinea  
        X. f. madaraszi  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1903) ne New Guinea  
        X. f. philemon  Stresemann, 1921 n New Guinea  
        X. f. meyerii  Salvadori, 1876 Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        X. f. spilogaster  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1896) Trobriand Is. and D'Entrecasteaux Arch. (off se New Guinea)  
        X. f. filiger  (Gould, 1851) Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
Kadavu Honeyeater Xanthotis provocator  (Layard, EL, 1875) PO : Fiji Islands  
Meyer's Friarbird Philemon meyeri  Salvadori, 1878 AU : New Guinea  
Brass's Friarbird Philemon brassi  Rand, 1940 AU : nw New Guinea  
Little Friarbird Philemon citreogularis  (Gould, 1837) AU : sc New Guinea, n, e Australia  
        P. c. papuensis  Mayr & Rand, 1935 sc New Guinea  
        P. c. sordidus  (Gould, 1848) n Australia  
        P. c. citreogularis  (Gould, 1837) e Australia  
Grey Friarbird Philemon kisserensis  Meyer, AB, 1884 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Timor Friarbird Philemon inornatus  (Gray, GR, 1846) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Dusky Friarbird Philemon fuscicapillus  (Wallace, 1862) AU : n Moluccas  
Seram Friarbird Philemon subcorniculatus  (Hombron & Jacquinot, 1841) AU : s Moluccas  
Black-faced Friarbird Philemon moluccensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) AU : Buru Is.  
Tanimbar Friarbird Philemon plumigenis  (Gray, GR, 1858) AU : Kai Islands, Tanimbar Islands AS : Philemon plumigenis is split from Philemon moluccensis (Rheindt & Hutchinson 2007)
Helmeted Friarbird Philemon buceroides  (Swainson, 1838) AU : Lesser Sundas to n Australia  
        P. b. neglectus  (Büttikofer, 1891) w to c Lesser Sundas  
        P. b. buceroides  (Swainson, 1838) e Lesser Sundas  
        P. b. gordoni  Mathews, 1912 extreme n Australia and Melville I.  
        P. b. ammitophilus  Schodde, Mason & McKean, 1979 interior n Australia  
New Guinea Friarbird Philemon novaeguineae  (Müller, S, 1842) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Philemon novaeguineae to New Guinea Friarbird (Gregory 2009)
        P. n. novaeguineae  (Müller, S, 1842) west Papuan islands, Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        P. n. aruensis  (Meyer, AB, 1884) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        P. n. jobiensis  (Meyer, AB, 1874) Yapen I. and n New Guinea  
        P. n. brevipennis  Rothschild & Hartert, 1913 s New Guinea  
        P. n. trivialis  Salomonsen, 1966 n coast of se New Guinea  
        P. n. subtuberosus  Hartert, 1896 Trobriand Is. and D'Entrecasteaux Arch. (off se New Guinea)  
        P. n. tagulanus  Rothschild & Hartert, 1918 Tagula I. (off se New Guinea)  
Hornbill Friarbird Philemon yorki  Mathews, 1912 AU : ne Australia TAX : Status of Philemon yorki uncertain whether endemic ne AU species or conspecific with Papuan Friarbird (Sibley and Monroe 1990, Boles and Christidis 2008, P.Gregory comments)
New Britain Friarbird Philemon cockerelli  Sclater, PL, 1877 AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
        P. c. umboi  Hartert, 1926 Umboi I. (sw Bismarck Arch.)  
        P. c. cockerelli  Sclater, PL, 1877 New Britain (Bismarck Arch.)  
New Ireland Friarbird Philemon eichhorni  Rothschild & Hartert, 1924 AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
Manus Friarbird Philemon albitorques  Sclater, PL, 1877 AU : Bismarck Archipelago ENG : Change English name of Philemon albitorques to Manus Friarbird (Gregory 2009)
Silver-crowned Friarbird Philemon argenticeps  (Gould, 1840) AU : n Australia  
        P. a. argenticeps  (Gould, 1840) nc Australia  
        P. a. kempi  Mathews, 1912 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
Noisy Friarbird Philemon corniculatus  (Latham, 1790) AU : sc New Guinea, e Australia  
        P. c. corniculatus  (Latham, 1790) sc New Guinea and ne Australia  
        P. c. monachus  (Latham, 1801) e and se Australia  
New Caledonian Friarbird Philemon diemenensis  (Lesson, 1831) AU : New Caledonia  
White-streaked Friarbird Melitograis gilolensis  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : n Moluccas  
Blue-faced Honeyeater Entomyzon cyanotis  (Latham, 1801) AU : sc New Guinea, n, e Australia  
        E. c. albipennis  Gould, 1841 nw and nc Australia  
        E. c. griseigularis  van Oort, 1909 sc New Guinea and Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        E. c. cyanotis  (Latham, 1801) ne, e and se Australia  
Black-chinned Honeyeater Melithreptus gularis  (Gould, 1837) AU : n and e Australia  
        M. g. laetior  Gould, 1875 n and ec Australia  
        M. g. gularis  (Gould, 1837) ne to se Australia  
Strong-billed Honeyeater Melithreptus validirostris  (Gould, 1837) AU : Tasmania  
Brown-headed Honeyeater Melithreptus brevirostris  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) AU : ec, s, sw Australia  
        M. b. brevirostris  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) coastal se Australia  
        M. b. wombeyi  Schodde & Mason, 1999 s Victoria (extreme se Australia)  
        M. b. pallidiceps  Mathews, 1912 interior se Australia  
        M. b. magnirostris  North, 1905 Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
        M. b. leucogenys  Milligan, 1903 sw and sc Australia  
White-throated Honeyeater Melithreptus albogularis  Gould, 1848 AU : s New Guinea, n, ne Australia  
        M. a. albogularis  Gould, 1848 s and e New Guinea, n Australia  
        M. a. inopinatus  Schodde, 1989 e Australia  
White-naped Honeyeater Melithreptus lunatus  (Vieillot, 1802) AU : e Australia  
Swan River Honeyeater Melithreptus chloropsis  Gould, 1848 AU : sw Australia AS : Swan River Honeyeater is split from (paraphyletic) White-naped Honeyeater (Toon et al 2010); English name under review
Black-headed Honeyeater Melithreptus affinis  (Lesson, 1839) AU : Tasmania  
Wattled Honeyeater Foulehaio carunculatus  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) PO : Fiji Islands, Samoa  
        F. c. procerior  (Finsch & Hartlaub, 1867) w and c Fiji Is.  
        F. c. taviunensis  (Wiglesworth, 1891) nc Fiji Is.  
        F. c. carunculatus  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) e Fiji Is., Samoa and Tonga  
White-eared Honeyeater Nesoptilotis leucotis  (Latham, 1801) AU : sw, s, e Australia PHY, TAX : Separation of Nesoptilotis honeyeaters follows Nyári and Joseph (2011)  
        N. l. leucotis  (Latham, 1801) se Australia  
        N. l. novaenorciae  (Milligan, 1904) sw to ec Australia  
        N. l. thomasi  (Mathews, 1912) Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
Yellow-throated Honeyeater Nesoptilotis flavicollis  (Vieillot, 1817) AU : Tasmania  
Gibberbird Ashbyia lovensis  (Ashby, 1911) AU : ec Australia  
Crimson Chat Epthianura tricolor  Gould, 1841 AU : c Australia  
Orange Chat Epthianura aurifrons  Gould, 1838 AU : c Australia  
Yellow Chat Epthianura crocea  Castelnau & Ramsay, EP, 1877 AU : n Australia  
        E. c. tunneyi  Mathews, 1912 nc Australia  
        E. c. crocea  Castelnau & Ramsay, EP, 1877 nw to c Australia  
        E. c. macgregori  Keast, 1958 e Australia  
White-fronted Chat Epthianura albifrons  (Jardine & Selby, 1828) AU : e, se Australia  
Long-billed Honeyeater Melilestes megarhynchus  (Gray, GR, 1858) AU : New Guinea  
        M. m. vagans  (Bernstein, 1864) Batanta and Waigeo Is. (west Papuan islands)  
        M. m. megarhynchus  (Gray, GR, 1858) Salawati and MisoolIs. (west Papuan islands), w,s and e New Guinea, Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        M. m. stresemanni  Hartert, 1930 nc New Guinea and Yapen I.  
MacGregor's Honeyeater Macgregoria pulchra  De Vis, 1897 AU : wc, se New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Macgregoria pulchra from Macgregor‘s Lappetface to MacGregor‘s Honeyeater; it is a honeyeater (Cracraft and Feinstein 2000)
        M. p. carolinae  Junge, 1939 w and c New Guinea  
        M. p. pulchra  De Vis, 1897 se New Guinea  
Arfak Honeyeater Melipotes gymnops  Sclater, PL, 1874 AU : w New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melipotes gymnops to Arfak Honeyeater (Gregory 2009)
Common Smoky Honeyeater Melipotes fumigatus  Meyer, AB, 1886 AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melipotes fumigatus from Smoky Honeyeater to Common Smoky Honeyeater with recognition of M.carolae
        M. f. kumawa  Diamond, 1985 w New Guinea  
        M. f. goliathi  Rothschild & Hartert, 1911 c New Guinea  
        M. f. fumigatus  Meyer, AB, 1886 se New Guinea  
Wattled Smoky Honeyeater Melipotes carolae  Beehler, Prawiradilaga, Fretes & Kemp, N, 2007 AU : w New Guinea in Irian Jaya NEW : Melipotes carolae is a newly described species (Beehler et al. 2007)
Spangled Honeyeater Melipotes ater  Rothschild & Hartert, 1911 AU : ne New Guinea  
Olive Straightbill Timeliopsis fulvigula  (Schlegel, 1871) AU : New Guinea  
        T. f. fulvigula  (Schlegel, 1871) nw New Guinea  
        T. f. meyeri  (Salvadori, 1896) wc to se New Guinea  
        T. f. fuscicapilla  Mayr, 1931 Huon Pen. (ne New Guinea)  
Tawny Straightbill Timeliopsis griseigula  (Schlegel, 1871) AU : nw, se New Guinea  
        T. g. griseigula  (Schlegel, 1871) w New Guinea  
        T. g. fulviventris  (Ramsay, EP, 1882) sc to se New Guinea  
Rufous-banded Honeyeater Conopophila albogularis  (Gould, 1843) AU : New Guinea, n Australia  
Rufous-throated Honeyeater Conopophila rufogularis  (Gould, 1843) AU : n Australia  
Grey Honeyeater Conopophila whitei  (North, 1910) AU : wc Australia  
Brown-backed Honeyeater Ramsayornis modestus  (Gray, GR, 1858) AU : New Guinea, ne Australia  
Bar-breasted Honeyeater Ramsayornis fasciatus  (Gould, 1843) AU : n Australia  
Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater Acanthagenys rufogularis  Gould, 1838 AU : Australia  
Little Wattlebird Anthochaera chrysoptera  (Latham, 1801) AU : e, se Australia  
        A. c. chrysoptera  (Latham, 1801) e and se Australia  
        A. c. halmaturina  (Mathews, 1912) Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
        A. c. tasmanica  (Mathews, 1912) Tasmania  
Western Wattlebird Anthochaera lunulata  Gould, 1838 AU : sw Australia  
Red Wattlebird Anthochaera carunculata  (Shaw, 1790) AU : s Australia  
        A. c. carunculata  (Shaw, 1790) se Australia  
        A. c. clelandi  (Mathews, 1923) Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
        A. c. woodwardi  Mathews, 1912 sw and sc Australia  
Yellow Wattlebird Anthochaera paradoxa  (Daudin, 1800) AU : Tasmania  
        A. p. paradoxa  (Daudin, 1800) Tasmania  
        A. p. kingi  (Mathews, 1925) King I. (off nw Tasmania)  
Regent Honeyeater Anthochaera phrygia  (Shaw, 1794) AU : se Australia TAX : Move Regent Honeyeater from Xanthomyza to Anthochaera (Driskell & Christidis 2004, Higgins et al 2008, Christidis & Boles 2008)
Bridled Honeyeater Bolemoreus frenatus  (Ramsay, EP, 1874) AU : ne Australia PHY, TAX : Separation of Bolemoreus honeyeaters follows Nyári and Joseph (2011) 
Eungella Honeyeater Bolemoreus hindwoodi  (Longmore & Boles, 1983) AU : ne Australia  
Yellow-faced Honeyeater Caligavis chrysops  (Latham, 1801) AU : s, e Australia  PHY, TAX : Separation  of Caligavis honeyeaters follows Nyári and Joseph (2011)
        C. c. barroni  (Mathews, 1912) ne Australia  
        C. c. chrysops  (Latham, 1801) e Australia  
        C. c. samueli  (Mathews, 1912) sc Australia  
Black-throated Honeyeater Caligavis subfrenata  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea  
        C. s. subfrenata  (Salvadori, 1876) nw New Guinea  
        C. s. melanolaema  (Reichenow, 1915) nc New Guinea  
        C. s. utakwensis  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1915) wc New Guinea  
        C. s. salvadorii  (Hartert, 1896) ec to se New Guinea  
Obscure Honeyeater Caligavis obscura  (De Vis, 1897) AU : New Guinea  
        C. o. viridifrons  (Salomonsen, 1966) nw New Guinea  
        C. o. obscura  (De Vis, 1897) sc to se New Guinea  
Yellow-tufted Honeyeater Lichenostomus melanops  (Latham, 1801) AU : e, se Australia  
        L. m. meltoni  (Mathews, 1912) se Queensland to c Victoria  
        L. m. melanops  (Latham, 1801) e Victoria and coastal New South Wales  
        L. m. cassidix  (Gould, 1867) sc Victoria  
Purple-gaped Honeyeater Lichenostomus cratitius  (Gould, 1841) AU : sw, sc Australia  
        L. c. occidentalis  Cabanis, 1851 sw, sc  
        L. c. cratitius  (Gould, 1841) Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
Bell Miner Manorina melanophrys  (Latham, 1801) AU : se Australia  
Noisy Miner Manorina melanocephala  (Latham, 1801) AU : e, se Australia  
        M. m. titaniota  Schodde & Mason, 1999 ne Australia  
        M. m. lepidota  Schodde & Mason, 1999 ec to inland se Australia  
        M. m. melanocephala  (Latham, 1801) coastal se Australia  
        M. m. leachi  (Mathews, 1912) Tasmania  
Yellow-throated Miner Manorina flavigula  (Gould, 1840) AU : Australia  
        M. f. melvillensis  (Mathews, 1912) Melville I. (off n Australia)  
        M. f. lutea  (Gould, 1840) nw Australia  
        M. f. flavigula  (Gould, 1840) inland e Australia  
        M. f. wayensis  (Mathews, 1912) inland w, c and s Australia  
        M. f. obscura  (Gould, 1841) sw Australia  
Black-eared Miner Manorina melanotis  (Wilson, FE, 1911) AU : sc Australia  
Makira Honeyeater Meliarchus sclateri  (Gray, GR, 1870) AU : Makira Is (se Solomon Islands). ENG : CHANGE English name of Meliarchus sclateri from Graceless Honeyeater to Makira Honeyeater (Guy Dutson et al 2010)  
Sooty Melidectes Melidectes fuscus  (De Vis, 1897) AU : c, se New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melidectes fuscus to Sooty Melidectes (Gregory 2009)
        M. f. occidentalis  Junge, 1939 wc to ec New Guinea  
        M. f. fuscus  (De Vis, 1897) ec to se New Guinea  
Gilliard's Melidectes Melidectes whitemanensis  (Gilliard, 1960) AU : Bismarck Archipelago ENG : Change English name of Melidectes whitemanensis to Gilliard‘s Melidectes (Gregory 2009)
Short-bearded Melidectes Melidectes nouhuysi  (van Oort, 1910) AU : w New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melidectes nouhuysi to Short-bearded Melidectes (Gregory 2009)
Long-bearded Melidectes Melidectes princeps  Mayr & Gilliard, 1951 AU : ec New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melidectes princeps to Long-bearded Melidectes (Gregory 2009)
Cinnamon-browed Melidectes Melidectes ochromelas  (Meyer, AB, 1874) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melidectes ochromelas to Cinnamon-browed Melidectes (Gregory 2009)
        M. o. ochromelas  (Meyer, AB, 1874) Vogelkop and Foja Mts. (nw, nc New Guinea)  
        M. o. batesi  (Sharpe, 1886) wc and se New Guinea  
        M. o. lucifer  Mayr, 1931 Huon Pen. (ne New Guinea)  
Vogelkop Melidectes Melidectes leucostephes  (Meyer, AB, 1874) AU : nw New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melidectes leucostephes to Vogelkop Melidectes (Gregory 2009)
Yellow-browed Melidectes Melidectes rufocrissalis  (Reichenow, 1915) AU : c New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melidectes rufocrissalis to Yellow-browed Melidectes (Gregory 2009)
        M. r. rufocrissalis  (Reichenow, 1915) c New Guinea  
        M. r. thomasi  Diamond, 1969 s slope of ec highlands  
Huon Melidectes Melidectes foersteri  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1911) AU : ne New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melidectes foersteri to Huon Melidectes (Gregory 2009)
Belford's Melidectes Melidectes belfordi  (De Vis, 1890) AU : c, se New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melidectes belfordi to Belford‘s Melidectes (Gregory 2009)
        M. b. joiceyi  (Rothschild, 1921) w New Guinea  
        M. b. kinneari  Mayr, 1936 wc New Guinea  
        M. b. schraderensis  Gilliard & LeCroy, 1968 ec New Guinea  
        M. b. belfordi  (De Vis, 1890) se New Guinea  
        M. b. brassi  Mayr & Rand, 1936 se New Guinea  
Ornate Melidectes Melidectes torquatus  Sclater, PL, 1874 AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melidectes torquatus to Ornate Melidectes (Gregory 2009)
        M. t. torquatus  Sclater, PL, 1874 Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        M. t. nuchalis  Mayr, 1936 wc New Guinea  
        M. t. mixtus  Rand, 1941 wc to c New Guinea  
        M. t. polyphonus  Mayr, 1931 ec New Guinea  
        M. t. cahni  Mertens, 1923 Huon Pen. (ne New Guinea)  
        M. t. emilii  Meyer, AB, 1886 se New Guinea  
White-fronted Honeyeater Purnella albifrons  (Gould, 1841) AU : Australia  
White-gaped Honeyeater Stomiopera unicolor  (Gould, 1843) AU : n Australia PHY, TAX : Separation of Stomiopera honeyeaters follows Nyári and Joseph (2011) 
Yellow Honeyeater Stomiopera flava  (Gould, 1843) AU : ne Australia  
        S. f. flava  (Gould, 1843) Cape York Pen.  
        S. f. addenda  (Mathews, 1912) ec Queensland  
Varied Honeyeater Gavicalis versicolor  (Gould, 1843) AU : New Guinea, ne Australia PHY, TAX : Separation of Gavicalis honeyeaters follows Nyári and Joseph (2011) 
        G. v. sonoroides  (Gray, GR, 1862) w Papuan islands and nw New Guinea  
        G. v. vulgaris  (Salomonsen, 1966) n New Guinea and nearby islands  
        G. v. intermedius  (Mayr & Rand, 1935) islands off of se New Guinea  
        G v. versicolor  (Gould, 1843) s New Guinea, islands in the Torres Strait and ne Australia  
Mangrove Honeyeater Gavicalis fasciogularis  (Gould, 1854) AU : e Australia  
Singing Honeyeater Gavicalis virescens  (Vieillot, 1817) AU : Australia  
        G. v. cooperi  (Mathews, 1912) extreme n Australia  
        G. v. sonorus  (Gould, 1841) nc to sc Australia  
        G. v. virescens  (Vieillot, 1817) sw Australia  
        G. v. forresti  (Ingram, W, 1906) nw Australia through c Australia  
Yellow-tinted Honeyeater Ptilotula flavescens  (Gould, 1840) AU : n Australia, se New Guinea  PHY, TAX : Separation of Ptilotula honeyeaters follows Nyári and Joseph (2011)
        P. f. germana  (Ramsay, EP, 1878) se New Guinea  
        P. f. flavescens  (Gould, 1840) n Australia  
        P. f. melvillensis  (Mathews, 1912) Tiwi Is. (off n Australia)  
Fuscous Honeyeater Ptilotula fusca  (Gould, 1837) AU : e Australia  
        P. f. subgermana  (Mathews, 1912) ne Australia  
        P. f. fusca  (Gould, 1837) e and se Australia  
Grey-headed Honeyeater Ptilotula keartlandi  (North, 1895) AU : w, c Australia  
Grey-fronted Honeyeater Ptilotula plumula  (Gould, 1841) AU : Australia  
        P. p. plumula  (Gould, 1841) wc to sc Australia  
        P. p. planasi  (Campbell, AJ, 1910) n Australia  
        P. p. graingeri  (Mathews, 1912) c to e and se Australia  
Yellow-plumed Honeyeater Ptilotula ornata  (Gould, 1838) AU : s Australia  
White-plumed Honeyeater Ptilotula penicillata  (Gould, 1837) AU : Australia  
        P. p. penicillata  (Gould, 1837) ec and se Australia  
        P. p. leilavalensis  (North, 1899) c and nc Australia  
        P. p. carteri  (Campbell, AJ, 1899) wc Australia  
        P. p. calconi  (Mathews, 1912) nw Australia  
Mottle-breasted Honeyeater Meliphaga mimikae  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1911) AU : New Guinea  
        M. m. rara  Salomonsen, 1966 n New Guinea  
        M. m. mimikae  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1911) wc and sc New Guinea  
        M. m. bastille  Diamond, 1967 ec New Guinea  
        M. m. granti  Rand, 1936 se New Guinea  
Forest Honeyeater Meliphaga montana  (Salvadori, 1880) AU : New Guinea  
        M. m. margaretae  Greenway, 1966 Batanta I. (west Papuan islands)  
        M. m. montana  (Salvadori, 1880) Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        M. m. steini  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        M. m. sepik  Rand, 1936 nc New Guinea  
        M. m. germanorum  Hartert, 1930 n New Guinea  
        M. m. huonensis  Rand, 1936 ne New Guinea  
        M. m. aicora  Rand, 1936 se New Guinea  
Mountain Honeyeater Meliphaga orientalis  (Meyer, AB, 1894) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Meliphaga orientalis to Mountain Honeyeater (Gregory 2009)
        M. o. facialis  Rand, 1936 Waigeo I. (west Papuan islands), w and c New Guinea  
        M. o. citreola  Rand, 1941 nc New Guinea  
        M. o. becki  Rand, 1936 ne New Guinea  
        M. o. orientalis  (Meyer, AB, 1894) se New Guinea  
Scrub Honeyeater Meliphaga albonotata  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea  
Mimic Honeyeater Meliphaga analoga  (Reichenbach, 1852) AU : New Guinea  
        M. a. longirostris  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1911) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        M. a. analoga  (Reichenbach, 1852) west Papuan islands, w to se New Guinea  
        M. a. flavida  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 n New Guinea and nearby islands  
Tagula Honeyeater Meliphaga vicina  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1912) AU : se New Guinea  
Graceful Honeyeater Meliphaga gracilis  (Gould, 1866) AU : s New Guinea, ne Australia  
        M. g. gracilis  (Gould, 1866) s New Guinea, Aru Is., islands in the Torres Strait and Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        M. g. imitatrix  (Mathews, 1912) ne Queensland (ne Australia)  
Elegant Honeyeater Meliphaga cinereifrons  Rand, 1936 AU : se New Guinea AS : Meliphaga cinereifrons is split from M.gracilis (Norman et al. 2007, Christidis and Boles 2008)
        M. c. stevensi  Rand, 1936 n slope  
        M. c. cinereifrons  Rand, 1936 s slope  
Yellow-gaped Honeyeater Meliphaga flavirictus  (Salvadori, 1880) AU : New Guinea  
        M. f. flavirictus  (Salvadori, 1880) ec and se New Guinea  
        M. f. crockettorum  Mayr & Meyer de Schauensee, 1939 w, n and c New Guinea  
White-lined Honeyeater Meliphaga albilineata  (White, HL, 1917) AU : n Australia  
Kimberley Honeyeater Meliphaga fordiana  Schodde, 1989 AU : nw Australia AS : Meliphaga fordiana is split from M.albilineata (Norman et al. 2007, Christidis and Boles 2008)
Streak-breasted Honeyeater Meliphaga reticulata  Temminck, 1820 AU : Lesser Sundas TAX : Move Streak-breasted Honeyeater from Lichenostomus to Meliphaga (after Kimberley Honeyeater), noting gender agreement (Driskell & Christidis 2004, Higgins et al 2008)
Puff-backed Honeyeater Meliphaga aruensis  (Sharpe, 1884) AU : New Guinea  
        M. a. sharpei  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1903) west Papuan islands, n New Guinea and D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        M. a. aruensis  (Sharpe, 1884) s New Guinea and Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
Yellow-spotted Honeyeater Meliphaga notata  (Gould, 1867) AU : ne Australia  
        M. n. notata  (Gould, 1867) n Queensland and the islands in the Torres Strait  
        M. n. mixta  (Mathews, 1912) ne Queensland  
Lewin's Honeyeater Meliphaga lewinii  (Swainson, 1837) AU : e Australia  
        M. l. amphochlora  Schodde, 1989 e Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        M. l. mab  (Mathews, 1912) ne and ec Queensland (ne Australia)  
        M. l. lewinii  (Swainson, 1837) e and se Australia  
Guadalcanal Honeyeater Guadalcanaria inexpectata  Hartert, 1929 AU : Solomon Islands  
Orange-cheeked Honeyeater Oreornis chrysogenys  van Oort, 1910 AU : wc New Guinea  
Giant Honeyeater Gymnomyza viridis  (Layard, EL, 1875) PO : Fiji Islands  ENG : Revise unpopular suggested English name of Gymnomyza viridis to Giant Honeyeater to align with generally accepted name pending possible split of these ssp
        G. v. viridis  (Layard, EL, 1875) Taveuni and Vanua Levu Is. (n Fiji)  
        G. v. brunneirostris  (Mayr, 1932) Viti Levu I. (w Fiji)  
Mao Gymnomyza samoensis  (Hombron & Jacquinot, 1841) PO : Samoa  
Crow Honeyeater Gymnomyza aubryana  (Verreaux, J & Des Murs, 1860) AU : New Caledonia  
Dark-eared Myza Myza celebensis  (Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1894) AU : Sulawesi  
        M. c. celebensis  (Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1894) n, c and se Sulawesi  
        M. c. meridionalis  (Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1896) s Sulawesi  
White-eared Myza Myza sarasinorum  Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1895 AU : Sulawesi  
        M. s. sarasinorum  Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1895 n Sulawesi  
        M. s. chionogenys  Stresemann, 1931 nc and sc Sulawesi  
        M. s. pholidota  Stresemann, 1932 se Sulawesi  
Bougainville Honeyeater Stresemannia bougainvillei  (Mayr, 1932) AU : Solomon Islands  
Barred Honeyeater Glycifohia undulata  (Sparrman, 1787) AU : New Caledonia  
White-bellied Honeyeater Glycifohia notabilis  (Sharpe, 1899) AU : Vanuatu  
        G. n. notabilis  (Sharpe, 1899) Banks Is. (n Vanuatu)  
        G. n. superciliaris  (Mayr, 1932) c Vanuatu  
       
Bristlebirds (3)
Family Dasyornithidae
   
Eastern Bristlebird Dasyornis brachypterus  (Latham, 1801) AU : e, se Australia  
        D. b. monoides  Schodde & Mason, 1999 e Australia  
        D. b. brachypterus  (Latham, 1801) se Australia  
Western Bristlebird Dasyornis longirostris  Gould, 1841 AU : sw Australia  
Rufous Bristlebird Dasyornis broadbenti  (McCoy, 1867) AU : sw, se Australia  
        D. b. litoralis �  (Milligan, 1902) sw Australia  
        D. b. broadbenti  (McCoy, 1867) se South Australia and sw Victoria (se Australia)  
        D. b. caryochrous  Schodde & Mason, 1999 Otway Pen. (se Australia)  
       
Pardalotes (4)
Family Pardalotidae
   
Spotted Pardalote Pardalotus punctatus  (Shaw, 1792) AU : e, s Australia  
        P. p. millitaris  Mathews, 1912 ne Australia  
        P. p. punctatus  (Shaw, 1792) e and se Australia  
        P. p. xanthopyge  McCoy, 1866 sw and sc Australia  
Forty-spotted Pardalote Pardalotus quadragintus  Gould, 1838 AU : Tasmania  
Red-browed Pardalote Pardalotus rubricatus  Gould, 1838 AU : Australia  
        P. r. rubricatus  Gould, 1838 w, n and c Australia  
        P. r. yorki  Mathews, 1913 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
Striated Pardalote Pardalotus striatus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AU : Australia  
        P. s. uropygialis  Gould, 1840 n Australia  
        P. s. melvillensis  Mathews, 1912 Tiwi Is. (off n Australia)  
        P. s. melanocephalus  Gould, 1838 e Australia  
        P. s. ornatus  Temminck, 1826 se Australia  
        P. s. substriatus  Mathews, 1912 w and c Australia  
        P. s. striatus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) Bass Strait islands and Tasmania  
       
Australasian Warblers (65)
Family Acanthizidae
   
Pilotbird Pycnoptilus floccosus  Gould, 1851 AU : se Australia  
        P. f. sandlandi  Mathews, 1912 coastal New South Wales and e Victoria  
        P. f. floccosus  Gould, 1851 Snowy Mts. of New South Wales  
Scrubtit Acanthornis magna  (Gould, 1855) AU : Tasmania  
        A. m. magna  (Gould, 1855) Tasmania  
        A. m. greeniana  Schodde & Mason, 1999 King I. (Bass Strait)  
Rockwarbler Origma solitaria  (Lewin, 1808) AU : se Australia  
Chestnut-rumped Heathwren Calamanthus pyrrhopygius  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) AU : s, se Australia  
        C. p. pyrrhopygius  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) se Australia  
        C. p. parkeri  Schodde & Mason, 1999 Mt. Lofty Range (sc Australia)  
        C. p. pedleri  Schodde & Mason, 1999 s Flinders Range (sc Australia)  
Shy Heathwren Calamanthus cautus  (Gould, 1843) AU : s Australia  
        C. c. macrorhynchus  Schodde & Mason, 1999 c New South Wales (se Australia)  
        C. c. cautus  (Gould, 1843) sc Australia  
        C. c. halmaturinus  (Mathews, 1912) Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
        C. c. whitlocki  (Mathews, 1912) sw Australia  
Striated Fieldwren Calamanthus fuliginosus  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) AU : se Australia  
        C. f. albiloris  North, 1902 se Australia  
        C. f. bourneorum  Schodde & Mason, 1999 sc Australia  
        C. f. fuliginosus  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) e Tasmania  
        C. f. diemenensis  North, 1904 w Tasmania  
Western Fieldwren Calamanthus montanellus  Milligan, 1903 AU : sw Australia  
Rufous Fieldwren Calamanthus campestris  (Gould, 1841) AU : w, sc, se Australia  
        C. c. winiam  Campbell, AJ & Campbell, AG, 1927 se South Australia and w Victoria (se Australia)  
        C. c. campestris  (Gould, 1841) coastal sc Australia  
        C. c. rubiginosis  Campbell, AJ, 1899 w Australia  
        C. c. dorrie  Mathews, 1912 Dorre I. (off w Australia)  
        C. c. hartogi  Carter, 1916 Dirk Hartog I. (off w Asutralia)  
        C. c. wayensis  Mathews, 1912 wc Australia  
        C. c. isabellinus  North, 1896 inland sc Australia  
Redthroat Pyrrholaemus brunneus  Gould, 1841 AU : s Australia  
Speckled Warbler Pyrrholaemus sagittatus  (Latham, 1801) AU : e Australia  
Fernwren Oreoscopus gutturalis  (De Vis, 1889) AU : ne Australia  
Rusty Mouse-warbler Crateroscelis murina  (Sclater, PL, 1858) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Crateroscelis murina to Rusty Mouse-warbler (Gregory 2009)
        C. m. murina  (Sclater, PL, 1858) Salawati (w Papuan islands) and Yapen Is. (off nw New Guinea), most of mainland New Guinea  
        C. m. monacha  (Gray, GR, 1858) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        C. m. pallida  Rand, 1938 sc New Guinea  
        C. m. capitalis  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 Waigeo and Batanta Is. (w Papuan islands)  
        C. m. fumosa  Ripley, 1957 Misool I. (off nw New Guinea)  
Bicolored Mouse-warbler Crateroscelis nigrorufa  (Salvadori, 1894) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Crateroscelis nigroruf to Bicolored Mouse-warbler (Gregory 2009)
        C. n. blissi  Stresemann & Paludan, 1934 wc New Guinea  
        C. n. nigrorufa  (Salvadori, 1894) e and se New Guinea  
Mountain Mouse-warbler Crateroscelis robusta  (De Vis, 1898) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Crateroscelis robusta to Mountain Mouse-warbler (Gregory 2009)
        C. r. peninsularis  Hartert, 1930 Arfak Mts. (nw New Guinea)  
        C. r. ripleyi  Mayr & Meyer de Schauensee, 1939 Tamrau Mts. (nw New Guinea)  
        C. r. bastille  Diamond, 1969 coastal n New Guinea  
        C. r. diamondi  Beehler & Prawiradilaga, 2010 Foja Mts. (nc New Guinea)  
        C. r. deficiens  Hartert, 1930 Cyclops Mts. (nc New Guinea)  
        C. r. sanfordi  Hartert, 1930 wc and c New Guinea  
        C. r. robusta  (De Vis, 1898) e and se New Guinea  
        C. r. pratti  Engilis & Cole, RE, 1997 Mt. Dayman (se New Guinea)  
Pale-billed Scrubwren Sericornis spilodera  (Gray, GR, 1859) AU : New Guinea  
        S. s. ferrugineus  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 Waigeo I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        S. s. batantae  Mayr, 1986 Batanta I. (w Papuan islands)  
        S. s. spilodera  (Gray, GR, 1859) nw and n New Guinea, Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        S. s. granti  (Hartert, 1930) Snow Mts. (w New Guinea)  
        S. s. wuroi  Mayr, 1937 sc New Guinea  
        S. s. guttatus  (Sharpe, 1882) se New Guinea  
        S. s. aruensis  Ogilvie-Grant, 1911 Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
Papuan Scrubwren Sericornis papuensis  (De Vis, 1894) AU : w, c, se New Guinea  
        S. p. meeki  Rothschild & Hartert, 1913 w New Guinea  
        S. p. buergersi  Stresemann, 1921 c New Guinea  
        S. p. papuensis  (De Vis, 1894) se New Guinea  
Atherton Scrubwren Sericornis keri  Mathews, 1920 AU : ne Australia  
White-browed Scrubwren Sericornis frontalis  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) AU : w, s, e Australia  
        S. f. laevigaster  Gould, 1847 e Queensland (e Australia)  
        S. f. tweedi  Mathews, 1922 ne New South Wales (e Australia)  
        S. f. frontalis  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) se Australia  
        S. f. harterti  Mathews, 1912 Otway Range to Wilson's Promontary in Victoria (se Australia)  
        S. f. rosinae  Mathews, 1912 Mt. Lofty Range (sc South Australia)  
        S. f. ashbyi  Mathews, 1912 Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
        S. f. mellori  Mathews, 1912 sw Australia to sc Australia  
        S. f. maculatus  Gould, 1847 extreme sw Australia  
        S. f. balstoni  Ogilvie-Grant, 1909 coastal w Australia  
        S. f. flindersi  White, SA & Mellor, 1913 islands in the e Bass Strait  
Tasmanian Scrubwren Sericornis humilis  Gould, 1838 AU : Tasmania AS : Sericornis humilis is split from S. frontalis (Christidis & Boles 2008)
        S. h. tregellasi  (Mathews, 1914) King I. (Bass Strait)  
        S. h. humilis  Gould, 1838 Tasmania  
Yellow-throated Scrubwren Sericornis citreogularis  Gould, 1838 AU : e Australia  
        S. c. cairnsi  Mathews, 1912 ne Australia  
        S. c. citreogularis  Gould, 1838 se Australia  
        S. c. intermedius  Mathews, 1912 e Australia  
Large-billed Scrubwren Sericornis magnirostra  (Gould, 1838) AU : e Australia  
        S. m. viridior  Mathews, 1912 ne Australia  
        S. m. magnirostra  (Gould, 1838) e Australia  
        S. m. howei  Mathews, 1912 se Australia  
Tropical Scrubwren Sericornis beccarii  Salvadori, 1874 AU : New Guinea, ne Australia AS : Tropical Scrubwren Sericornis beccarii is split from Large-billed Scrubwren S. magnirostra (Christidis & Boles 2008)
        S. b. wondiwoi  Mayr, 1937 Wondiwoi Mts. (nw New Guinea)  
        S. b. beccarii  Salvadori, 1874 Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        S. b. weylandi  Mayr, 1937 wc New Guinea  
        S. b. idenburgi  Rand, 1941 Gauttier Mts. and slopes above Idenburg River (nw New Guinea)  
        S. b. cyclopum  Hartert, 1930 Cyclops Mts. (nc New Guinea)  
        S. b. randi  Mayr, 1937 sc New Guinea  
        S. b. minimus  Gould, 1875 n Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        S. b. dubius  Mayr, 1937 ec to se Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
Perplexing Scrubwren Sericornis virgatus  (Reichenow, 1915) AU : nw, nc New Guinea AS : Perplexing Scrubwren Sericornis virgatus is split from Large Scrubwren S. nouhuysi (Gregory 2007)
        S. v. imitator  Mayr, 1937 Arfak Mts. (nw New Guinea)  
        S. v. jobiensis  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        S. v. boreonesioticus  Diamond, 1969 Bewani Mts., Torricelli Mts.and Prince Alexander Mts. (nc New Guinea)  
        S. v. pontifex  Stresemann, 1921 Victor Emanuel Mts., Hunstein Range, and Sepik Mts. (nc New Guinea)  
        S. v. virgatus  (Reichenow, 1915) n slopes of Sepik-Ramu drainage (ne New Guinea)  
Large Scrubwren Sericornis nouhuysi  van Oort, 1909 AU : New Guinea  
        S. n. cantans  Mayr, 1930 Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        S. n. nouhuysi  van Oort, 1909 wc New Guinea  
        S. n. stresemanni  Mayr, 1930 c and ec New Guinea  
        S. n. adelberti  Pratt, 1982 Adelbert Mts. (ne New Guinea)  
        S. n. oorti  Rothschild & Hartert, 1913 Huon Pen. and Herzog Mts. (e New Guinea)  
        S. n. monticola  Mayr & Rand, 1936 se New Guinea  
Buff-faced Scrubwren Sericornis perspicillatus  Salvadori, 1896 AU : c, e New Guinea  
Vogelkop Scrubwren Sericornis rufescens  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : w New Guinea  
Grey-green Scrubwren Sericornis arfakianus  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea  
Weebill Smicrornis brevirostris  (Gould, 1838) AU : Australia  
        S. b. flavescens  Gould, 1843 n and nc Australia  
        S. b. brevirostris  (Gould, 1838) e Australia  
        S. b. occidentalis  Bonaparte, 1850 sw to sc Australia  
        S. b. ochrogaster  Schodde & Mason, 1999 wc Australia  
Brown Gerygone Gerygone mouki  Mathews, 1912 AU : e Australia  
        G. m. mouki  Mathews, 1912 ne Queensland (ne Australia)  
        G. m. amalia  Meise, 1931 ec Queensland (e Australia)  
        G. m. richmondi  (Mathews, 1915) se Australia  
Grey Gerygone Gerygone igata  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : New Zealand  
Norfolk Gerygone Gerygone modesta  Pelzeln, 1860 AU : Norfolk Island  
Lord Howe Gerygone Gerygone insularis 
†  Ramsay, EP, 1878
AU : Lord Howe I. (Australia) EXTINCT : Higgins & Peter, 2002
Chatham Gerygone Gerygone albofrontata  Gray, GR, 1845 AU : Chatham Island  
Fan-tailed Gerygone Gerygone flavolateralis  (Gray, GR, 1859) AU : New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands  
        G. f. flavolateralis  (Gray, GR, 1859) New Caledonia and Maré I. (Loyalty Is.)  
        G. f. lifuensis  (Sarasin, 1913) Lifou I. (c Loyalty Is.)  
        G. f. rouxi  (Sarasin, 1913) Ouvéa I. (n Loyalty Is.)  
        G. f. correiae  Mayr, 1931 Banks Is. and n Vanuatu  
        G. f. citrina  Mayr, 1931 Rennell I. (sw Solomon Is.)  
Brown-breasted Gerygone Gerygone ruficollis  Salvadori, 1876 AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Gerygone ruficollis to Brown-breasted Gerygone (Gregory 2009)
        G. r. ruficollis  Salvadori, 1876 nw New Guinea  
        G. r. insperata  De Vis, 1892 wc to se New Guinea  
Golden-bellied Gerygone Gerygone sulphurea  Wallace, 1864 OR, AU : Malay Peninsula, Sundas, Philippines, also Sulawesi  
        G. s. sulphurea  Wallace, 1864 Malay Pen., s Vietnam and the Greater and Lesser Sundas  
        G. s. muscicapa  Oberholser, 1912 Enggano I, (off sw Sumatra)  
        G. s. simplex  Cabanis, 1872 w, n and c Philippines  
        G. s. rhizophorae  Mearns, 1905 s Philippines  
        G. s. flaveola  Cabanis, 1873 Sulawesi, Selayar (s of Sulawesi) and Banggai and Peleng Is (e of Sulawesi)  
Rufous-sided Gerygone Gerygone dorsalis  Sclater, PL, 1883 AU : Lesser Sundas  
        G. d. senex  Meise, 1929 Kalaotoa and Madu Is  
        G. d. kuehni  Hartert, 1900 Damar I.  
        G. d. fulvescens  Meyer, AB, 1884 e Lesser Sundas  
        G. d. keyensis  Büttikofer, 1893 Kai Is.  
        G. d. dorsalis  Sclater, PL, 1883 Tanimbar Is.  
Mangrove Gerygone Gerygone levigaster  Gould, 1843 AU : s New Guinea, n Australia  
        G. l. pallida  Finsch, 1898 s New Guinea  
        G. l. levigaster  Gould, 1843 coastal n Australia  
        G. l. cantator  (Weatherill, 1908) coastal e Australia  
Plain Gerygone Gerygone inornata  Wallace, 1864 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Western Gerygone Gerygone fusca  (Gould, 1838) AU : Australia  
        G. f. fusca  (Gould, 1838) sw Australia  
        G. f. exsul  Mathews, 1912 e Australia  
        G. f. mungi  Mathews, 1912 wc to ec Australia  
Dusky Gerygone Gerygone tenebrosa  (Hall, 1901) AU : nw, w Australia  
        G. t. tenebrosa  (Hall, 1901) coastal nw Australia  
        G. t. christophori  Mathews, 1912 coastal w Australia  
Large-billed Gerygone Gerygone magnirostris  Gould, 1843 AU : New Guinea, n Australia  
        G. m. cobana  (Mathews, 1926) Waigeo, Batanta and Salawati Is. (off w and nw New Guinea)  
        G. m. conspicillata  (Gray, GR, 1859) Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        G. m. affinis  Meyer, AB, 1874 n New Guinea and nearby islands  
        G. m. occasa  Ripley, 1957 Kofiau I. (w Papuan islands)  
        G. m. proxima  Rothschild & Hartert, 1918 D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        G. m. onerosa  Hartert, 1899 Misima I. (Louisiade Arch.)  
        G. m. tagulana  Rothschild & Hartert, 1918 Tagula I. (Louisiade Arch.)  
        G. m. rosseliana  Hartert, 1899 Sudest I. (Louisiade Arch.)  
        G. m. brunneipectus  (Sharpe, 1879) s New Guinea, Aru Is. and the islands in the Torres Strait  
        G. m. magnirostris  Gould, 1843 n Australia  
        G. m. cairnsensis  Mathews, 1912 ne Australia  
Biak Gerygone Gerygone hypoxantha  Salvadori, 1878 AU : Biak Island in nw New Guinea AS : Gerygone hypoxantha is split from G. magnirostris (Gregory 2007)
Yellow-bellied Gerygone Gerygone chrysogaster  Gray, GR, 1858 AU : New Guinea  
        G. c. neglecta  Wallace, 1865 Waigeo I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        G. c. notata  Salvadori, 1878 Batanta and Misool Is. (w Papuan islands) and Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        G. c. leucothorax  Mayr, 1940 w New Guinea  
        G. c. dohertyi  Rothschild & Hartert, 1903 sw New Guinea  
        G. c. chrysogaster  Gray, GR, 1858 s, nc and e New Guinea, Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea) and Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
Ashy Gerygone Gerygone cinerea  Salvadori, 1876 AU : New Guinea  
Green-backed Gerygone Gerygone chloronota  Gould, 1843 AU : New Guinea, nw Australia  
        G. c. cinereiceps  (Sharpe, 1886) New Guinea and west Papuan islands  
        G. c. aruensis  Büttikofer, 1893 Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        G. c. chloronota  Gould, 1843 n Australia  
        G. c. darwini  Mathews, 1912 nw Australia  
White-throated Gerygone Gerygone olivacea  (Gould, 1838) AU : se New Guinea, n, e Australia  
        G. o. cinerascens  Sharpe, 1878 se New Guinea and Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        G. o. rogersi  Mathews, 1911 nw to nc Australia  
        G. o. olivacea  (Gould, 1838) e Australia  
Fairy Gerygone Gerygone palpebrosa  Wallace, 1865 AU : New Guinea, e Australia  
        G. p. palpebrosa  Wallace, 1865 w New Guinea, w Papuan islands and Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        G. p. wahnesi  (Meyer, AB, 1899) Yapen I. and n New Guinea  
        G. p. inconspicua  Ramsay, EP, 1878 se New Guinea  
        G. p. tarara  Rand, 1941 sc New Guinea  
        G. p. personata  Gould, 1866 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        G. p. flavida  Ramsay, EP, 1877 e Australia  
Mountain Thornbill Acanthiza katherina  De Vis, 1905 AU : ne Australia  
Brown Thornbill Acanthiza pusilla  (Shaw, 1790) AU : Australia  
        A. p. dawsonensis  Campbell, AG, 1922 e Queensland (ne Australia)  
        A. p. pusilla  (Shaw, 1790) e and se Australia  
        A. p. diemenensis  Gould, 1838 Kent Is. (Bass Strait) and Tasmania  
        A. p. magnirostris  Campbell, AJ, 1903 King I. (Bass Strait)  
        A. p. zietzi  North, 1904 Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
Inland Thornbill Acanthiza apicalis  Gould, 1847 AU : w Australia  
        A. a. cinerascens  Schodde & Mason, 1999 ec Australia  
        A. a. whitlocki  North, 1909 w and c Australia  
        A. a. apicalis  Gould, 1847 sw to sc Australia  
        A. a. albiventris  North, 1904 se Australia  
Tasmanian Thornbill Acanthiza ewingii  Gould, 1844 AU : Tasmania  
        A. e. ewingii  Gould, 1844 Tasmania and Flinders I (Bass Strait)  
        A. e. rufifrons  Campbell, AJ, 1903 King I. (Bass Strait)  
New Guinea Thornbill Acanthiza murina  (De Vis, 1897) AU : c, e New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Acanthiza murina to New Guinea Thornbill (Gregory 2009)
Chestnut-rumped Thornbill Acanthiza uropygialis  Gould, 1838 AU : wc, sc Australia  
Buff-rumped Thornbill Acanthiza reguloides  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 AU : e Australia  
        A. r. squamata  De Vis, 1889 ne Australia  
        A. r. nesa  (Mathews, 1920) e Australia  
        A. r. reguloides  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 se Australia  
        A. r. australis  (North, 1904) sc to se Australia  
Western Thornbill Acanthiza inornata  Gould, 1841 AU : sw Australia  
Slender-billed Thornbill Acanthiza iredalei  Mathews, 1911 AU : wc, sc Australia  
        A. i. iredalei  Mathews, 1911 wc to sc Australia  
        A. i. hedleyi  Mathews, 1912 se South Australia and w Victoria (se Australia)  
        A. i. rosinae  Mathews, 1913 Gulf of St. Vincent (sc Australia)  
Yellow-rumped Thornbill Acanthiza chrysorrhoa  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : w, c, s Australia  
        A. c. normantoni  (Mathews, 1913) c and inland ne Australia  
        A. c. leighi  Ogilvie-Grant, 1909 se Australia  
        A. c. leachi  Mathews, 1912 Tasmania  
        A. c. chrysorrhoa  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) sw and sc Australia  
Yellow Thornbill Acanthiza nana  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 AU : ne, e Australia  
        A. n. flava  White, HL, 1922 ne Australia  
        A. n. modesta  De Vis, 1905 e and inland se Australia  
        A. n. nana  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 coastal se Australia  
Striated Thornbill Acanthiza lineata  Gould, 1838 AU : Australia  
        A. l. alberti  Mathews, 1920 e Australia  
        A. l. clelandi  Mathews, 1912 se South Australia and w Victoria (sc to se Australia)  
        A. l. lineata  Gould, 1838 se Australia  
        A. l. whitei  Mathews, 1912 Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
Slaty-backed Thornbill Acanthiza robustirostris  Milligan, 1903 AU : c, wc Australia  
Southern Whiteface Aphelocephala leucopsis  (Gould, 1841) AU : w, c, s Australia  
        A. l. castaneiventris  (Milligan, 1903) wc Australia  
        A. l. leucopsis  (Gould, 1841) c, s and se Australia  
Chestnut-breasted Whiteface Aphelocephala pectoralis  (Gould, 1871) AU : sc Australia  
Banded Whiteface Aphelocephala nigricincta  (North, 1895) AU : c Australia  
Goldenface Pachycare flavogriseum  (Meyer, AB, 1874) AU : New Guinea PHY : The enigmatic Goldenface of New Guinea is not a whistler, but is a member of the Australasian warbler family Acanthizidae (Norman et al. 2009)
        P. f. lecroyae  Beehler & Prawiradilaga, 2010 nc New Guinea  
        P. f. flavogriseum  (Meyer, AB, 1874) w New Guinea  
        P. f. randi  Gilliard, 1961 n New Guinea  
        P. f. subaurantium  Rothschild & Hartert, 1911 wc and c New Guinea  
        P. f. subpallidum  Hartert, 1930 e and se New Guinea  
       
       
Australasian Babblers (5)
Family Pomatostomidae
   
Papuan Babbler Garritornis isidorei  (Lesson, 1827) AU : n, s New Guinea  
        G. i. isidorei  (Lesson, 1827) w Papuan islands, c and s New Guinea  
        G. i. calidus  (Rothschild, 1931) n New Guinea  
Grey-crowned Babbler Pomatostomus temporalis  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) AU : sc New Guinea, Australia  
        P. t. strepitans  (Mayr & Rand, 1935) s New Guinea  
        P. t. temporalis  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) e and se Australia  
        P. t. rubeculus  (Gould, 1840) nw, n and c Australia  
Hall's Babbler Pomatostomus halli  Cowles, 1964 AU : ec Australia  
White-browed Babbler Pomatostomus superciliosus  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) AU : s Australia  
        P. s. gilgandra  (Mathews, 1912) se Australia  
        P. s. superciliosus  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) wc to s Australia  
        P. s. ashbyi  Mathews, 1911 sw Australia  
        P. s. centralis  Schodde & Mason, 1999 c Australia  
Chestnut-crowned Babbler Pomatostomus ruficeps  (Hartlaub, 1852) AU : ec Australia  
       
Logrunners (3)
Family Orthonychidae
   
Papuan Logrunner Orthonyx novaeguineae  Meyer, AB, 1874 AU : w,c New Guinea  
        O. n. novaeguineae  Meyer, AB, 1874 Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        O. n. victorianus  van Oort, 1909 wc and e New Guinea  
Australian Logrunner Orthonyx temminckii  Ranzani, 1822 AU : e Australia  
Chowchilla Orthonyx spaldingii  Ramsay, EP, 1868 AU : ne Australia  
        O. s. melasmenus  Schodde & Mason, 1999 Mt. Amos and Mt. Finnegan to the Thornton Range (ne Queensland)  
        O. s. spaldingii  Ramsay, EP, 1868 Macalister and Herberton Ranges to Seaview and Paluma Ranges (ne Queensland)  
       
Satinbirds (3)
Family Cnemophilidae
   
Loria's Satinbird Cnemophilus loriae  (Salvadori, 1894) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Cnemophilus loriae from novel "Velvet Satinbird" to "Loria‘s Satinbird" to retain established modifiers and align with Gregory (2008)
        C. l. inexpectatus  (Junge, 1939) w and c New Guinea  
        C. l. amethystinus  (Stresemann, 1934) ec New Guinea  
        C. l. loriae  (Salvadori, 1894) se New Guinea  
Crested Satinbird Cnemophilus macgregorii  De Vis, 1890 AU : ec, se New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Cnemophilus macgregorii from novel “Antenna Satinbird“ to “Crested Satinbird“ to retain established modifiers and align with Gregory (2008)
        C. m. sanguineus  Iredale, 1948 ec New Guinea  
        C. m. macgregorii  De Vis, 1890 se New Guinea  
Yellow-breasted Satinbird Loboparadisea sericea  Rothschild, 1896 AU : c, w New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Loboparadisea sericea from novel “Silken Satinbird“ to “Yellow-breasted Satinbird“ to retain established modifiers and align with Gregory (2008)
        L. s. sericea  Rothschild, 1896 wc and c New Guinea  
        L. s. aurora  Mayr, 1930 se New Guinea  
       
Berrypeckers, Longbills (10)
Family Melanocharitidae
   
Obscure Berrypecker Melanocharis arfakiana  (Finsch, 1900) AU : se New Guinea  
Black Berrypecker Melanocharis nigra  (Lesson, 1830) AU : New Guinea  
        M. n. pallida  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 Waigeo I. (off w New Guinea)  
        M. n. nigra  (Lesson, 1830) Misool and Salawati Is. (w Papuan islands) and w New Guinea  
        M. n. unicolor  Salvadori, 1878 Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea), n and e New Guinea  
        M. n. chloroptera  Salvadori, 1876 Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea) and s New Guinea  
Mid-mountain Berrypecker Melanocharis longicauda  Salvadori, 1876 AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Melanocharis longicauda to Mid-mountain Berrypecker (Gregory 2009)
        M. l. longicauda  Salvadori, 1876 nw New Guinea  
        M. l. chloris  Stresemann & Paludan, 1934 wc and sw New Guinea  
        M. l. umbrosa  Rand, 1941 nc New Guinea  
        M. l. captata  Mayr, 1931 c and ne New Guinea  
        M. l. orientalis  Mayr, 1931 se New Guinea  
Fan-tailed Berrypecker Melanocharis versteri  (Finsch, 1876) AU : New Guinea  
        M. v. versteri  (Finsch, 1876) nw New Guinea  
        M. v. meeki  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1911) wc and c New Guinea  
        M. v. virago  (Stresemann, 1923) n, ec and ne New Guinea  
        M. v. maculiceps  (De Vis, 1898) se New Guinea  
Streaked Berrypecker Melanocharis striativentris  (Salvadori, 1894) AU : c, e New Guinea  
        M. s. axillaris  (Mayr, 1931) w and wc New Guinea  
        M. s. striativentris  (Salvadori, 1894) ec and se New Guinea  
        M. s. chrysocome  (Mayr, 1931) ne New Guinea  
Spotted Berrypecker Rhamphocharis crassirostris  Salvadori, 1876 AU : New Guinea  
        R. c. crassirostris  Salvadori, 1876 nw to c New Guinea  
        R. c. viridescens  Mayr, 1931 e New Guinea  
        R. c. piperata  (De Vis, 1898) se New Guinea  
Dwarf Longbill Oedistoma iliolophus  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Oedistoma iliolophus to Dwarf Longbill (Gregory 2009)
        O. i. cinerascens  (Stresemann & Paludan, 1932) Waigeo I. (off w New Guinea)  
        O. i. affine  (Salvadori, 1876) Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        O. i. flavum  (Mayr & Rand, 1935) s and se New Guinea  
        O. i. iliolophus  (Salvadori, 1876) Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea), n New Guinea  
        O. i. fergussonis  (Hartert, 1896) D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
Pygmy Longbill Oedistoma pygmaeum  Salvadori, 1876 AU : New Guinea  
        O. p. waigeuense  Salomonsen, 1966 Waigeo I. (off w New Guinea)  
        O. p. pygmaeum  Salvadori, 1876 Misool I. (w Papuan island) and mainland New Guinea  
        O. p. meeki  (Hartert, 1896) D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
Yellow-bellied Longbill Toxorhamphus novaeguineae  (Lesson, 1827) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Toxorhamphus novaeguineae to Yellow-bellied Longbill (Gregory 2009)
        T. n. novaeguineae  (Lesson, 1827) west Papuan islands, Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea) and n and w mainland New Guinea  
        T. n. flaviventris  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1911) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea) and s New Guinea  
Slaty-headed Longbill Toxorhamphus poliopterus  (Sharpe, 1882) AU : c, e New Guinea  
        T. p. maximus  Rand, 1941 w and c New Guinea  
        T. p. poliopterus  (Sharpe, 1882) e and se New Guinea  
       
Painted Berrypeckers (2)
Family Paramythiidae
  PHY : Separate the painted berrypeckers (Oreocharis and Paramythia) from the Melanocharitidae to the Paramythiidae (Barker et al 2004; HBW)
Tit Berrypecker Oreocharis arfaki  (Meyer, AB, 1875) AU : New Guinea  
Crested Berrypecker Paramythia montium  De Vis, 1892 AU : c, e New Guinea  
        P. m. olivacea  van Oort, 1910 wc New Guinea  
        P. m. montium  De Vis, 1892 ec and se New Guinea  
        P. m. brevicauda  Mayr & Gilliard, 1954 Huon Pen. (ne New Guinea)  
       
New Zealand Wattlebirds (5)
Family Callaeidae
  TAX, ENG : Correct spelling of family name is "Callaeidae", not "Callaeatidae" (Bock 1994, H&M Corrigenda); Change family name to New Zealand Wattlebirds per NZ Checklist Committee, B.J. Gill (Convener) 2010
North Island Kokako Callaeas wilsoni  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : North Island, NZ TAX : Callaeas wilsoni is split from C.cinereus (Checklist Committee of OSNZ 2010)
South Island Kokako Callaeas cinereus 
†  (Gmelin, JF, 1788)
AU : South I, Stewart I, NZ EXT, ENG : Kokako becomes South Island Kokako with split of North Island Kokako
North Island Saddleback Philesturnus rufusater  (Lesson, 1828) AU : North Island, NZ TAX : Philesturnus rufusater is split from P.carunculatus (Checklist Committee of OSNZ)
South Island Saddleback Philesturnus carunculatus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AU : South Island, NZ ENG : Saddleback becomes South Island Saddleback with split of North Island Saddleback
Huia Heteralocha acutirostris 
†  (Gould, 1837)
AU : New Zealand EXTINCT :
       
Stitchbird (1)
Family Notiomystidae
  PHY : Stitchbird is related to the wattled crows of New Zealand, not to honyeaters (Meliphagidae) (Driskell et al 2007)
Stitchbird Notiomystis cincta  (Du Bus de Gisignies, 1839) AU : New Zealand  
        N. c. hautura  Mathews, 1935 Little Barrier I.  
        N. c. cincta �  (Du Bus de Gisignies, 1839) North I.  
       
Whipbirds, Jewel-babblers and Quail-thrushes (16)
Family Psophodidae
  TAX, SEQ : Psophodidae provisionally includes Ptilorrhoa and Cinclosoma formerly in Eupetidae following Christidis and Boles (2008); should be separated to the Cinclosomatidae (Norman et al 2009)
Papuan Whipbird Androphobus viridis  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1911) AU : wc and c New Guinea  
Eastern Whipbird Psophodes olivaceus  (Latham, 1801) AU : e Australia  
        P. o. lateralis  North, 1897 ne Australia  
        P. o. olivaceus  (Latham, 1801) ec to se Australia  
Western Whipbird Psophodes nigrogularis  Gould, 1844 AU : sw, sc Australia  
        P. n. nigrogularis  Gould, 1844 Two Peoples Bay (extreme sw Australia)  
        P. n. leucogaster  Howe & Ross, JA, 1933 sc Australis  
        P. n. oberon  Mason & Schodde, 1991 s Western Australia  
        P. n. lashmari  Mason & Schodde, 1991 Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
Chirruping Wedgebill Psophodes cristatus  (Gould, 1838) AU : sc Australia  
Chiming Wedgebill Psophodes occidentalis  (Mathews, 1912) AU : w, c Australia  
Spotted Jewel-babbler Ptilorrhoa leucosticta  (Sclater, PL, 1874) AU : New Guinea  
        P. l. leucosticta  (Sclater, PL, 1874) Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        P. l. mayri  (Hartert, 1930) Wandammen Mts. (w New Guinea)  
        P. l. centralis  (Mayr, 1936) wc New Guinea  
        P. l. sibilans  (Mayr, 1931) Cyclops Mts. (n New Guinea)  
        P. l. menawa  (Diamond, 1969) coastal n New Guinea  
        P. l. amabilis  (Mayr, 1931) Huon Pen. (ne New Guinea)  
        P. l. loriae  (Salvadori, 1896) se New Guinea  
Blue Jewel-babbler Ptilorrhoa caerulescens  (Temminck, 1836) AU : New Guinea  
        P. c. caerulescens  (Temminck, 1836) w New Guinea  
        P. c. neumanni  (Mayr & Meyer de Schauensee, 1939) nc New Guinea  
        P. c. nigricrissus  (Salvadori, 1876) s New Guinea  
Brown-headed Jewel-babbler Ptilorrhoa geislerorum  (Meyer, AB, 1892) AU : e New Guinea AS,ENG : Ptilorrhoa geislerorum is split from P. caerulescens (Boles 2007a);Change English name to Brown-headed Jewel-babbler (Gregory 2009)
Chestnut-backed Jewel-babbler Ptilorrhoa castanonota  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea  
        P. c. gilliardi  (Greenway, 1966) Batanta I. (w Papuan island)  
        P. c. castanonota  (Salvadori, 1876) Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        P. c. saturata  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1911) Nassau Mts. (sw New Guinea)  
        P. c. uropygialis  (Rand, 1940) Snow Mts. (wc New Guinea)  
        P. c. buergersi  (Mayr, 1931) c New Guinea  
        P. c. par  (Meise, 1930) Huon Pen. (ne New Guinea)  
        P. c. pulchra  (Sharpe, 1882) se New Guinea  
Spotted Quail-thrush Cinclosoma punctatum  (Shaw, 1795) AU : se Australia  
        C. p. punctatum  (Shaw, 1795) ec to se Australia  
        C. p. dovei  Mathews, 1912 Tasmania  
        C. p. anachoreta 
†  Schodde & Mason, 1999
Mt. Lofty Range (se South Australia)  
Chestnut-backed Quail-thrush Cinclosoma castanotum  Gould, 1840 AU : Australia  
        C. c. fordianum  Schodde & Mason, 1999 sw to sc Australia  
        C. c. clarum  Morgan, 1926 wc to c Australia  
        C. c. castanotum  Gould, 1840 se Australia  
Cinnamon Quail-thrush Cinclosoma cinnamomeum  Gould, 1846 AU : c, sc Australia  
        C. c. tirariense  Schodde & Mason, 1999 c Australia  
        C. c. cinnamomeum  Gould, 1846 sc Australia  
Nullarbor Quail-thrush Cinclosoma alisteri  Mathews, 1910 AU : se Western Australia and sw South Australia AS : Nullarbor Quail-thrush is split from Cinnamon Quail-thrush (Toon et al 2012)
Chestnut-breasted Quail-thrush Cinclosoma castaneothorax  Gould, 1849 AU : ec Australia  
Western Quail-thrush Cinclosoma marginatum  Sharpe, 1883 AU : wc Australia AS : Western Quail-thrush is split from Chestnut-breasted Quail-thrush (Toon et al 2012)
Painted Quail-thrush Cinclosoma ajax  (Temminck, 1836) AU : w, s, se New Guinea  
        C. a. ajax  (Temminck, 1836) w New Guinea  
        C. a. muscale  Rand, 1940 ec New Guinea  
        C. a. alare  Mayr & Rand, 1935 sc New Guinea  
        C. a. goldiei  (Ramsay, EP, 1879) se New Guinea