In addition, proponents and land managers should refer to the Recovery Plan (where available) or the Conservation Advice (where available) for recovery, mitigation and conservation information.
|EPBC Act Listing Status||Listed as Extinct|
|Adopted/Made Recovery Plans|
Federal Register of
Declaration under s178, s181, and s183 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 - List of threatened species, List of threatened ecological communities and List of threatening processes (Commonwealth of Australia, 2000) [Legislative Instrument].
List of Migratory Species (13/07/2000) (Commonwealth of Australia, 2000b) [Legislative Instrument].
Documents and Websites
|Scientific name||Drymodes superciliaris colcloughi |
|Infraspecies author||Mathews, 1914|
|Distribution map||Species Distribution Map not available for this taxon.|
Migratory-listed species that are not migratory: When created in 2001, the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) list of migratory species included species listed as Endangered or Presumed Extinct in Australia and Endangered in Japan. These species are not included as part of the JAMBA annex (the list of birds known to migrate between the two countries) and therefore do not meet the migratory species listing criteria s209(3) of the EPBC Act.
No threats data available.
Barrett, G., A. Silcocks, S. Barry, R. Cunningham & R. Poulter (2003). The New Atlas of Australian Birds. Melbourne, Victoria: Birds Australia.
Bell, H.L. (1984). The importance of foothill forest in the diversity of rainforest birds in New Guinea. Emu. 84:225-235.
Bennett, S. (1983b). The Northern Scrub-robin Drymodes superciliaris in the Northern Territory. Emu. 83:105-107.
Beruldsen, G.R. (1990). Cape York in the wet. Australian Bird Watcher. 13:209-217.
Blakers, M., S.J.J.F. Davies & P.N. Reilly (1984). The Atlas of Australian Birds. Melbourne, Victoria: Melbourne University Press.
Coates, B.J. (1990a). The Birds of Papua New Guinea Including the Bismarck Archipelago and Bougainville. Volume 2 Passerines. Alderley, Queensland: Dove Publications.
Collar, N.J., M.J. Crosby & A.J. Stattersfield (1994). Birds to Watch 2. The World List of Threatened Birds. BirdLife International, Cambridge.
Frith, C.B & D.W. Frith (1993). Notes on birds found nesting at Iron Range, Cape York Peninsula, November-December 1990. Sunbird. 23:44--57.
Garnett, S.T. & G.M. Crowley (2000). The Action Plan for Australian Birds 2000. [Online]. Canberra, ACT: Environment Australia and Birds Australia. Available from: http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/threatened/publications/action/birds2000/index.html.
Higgins, P.J. & J.M. Peter (Eds) (2002). Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds. Volume 6. Pardalotes to Spangled Drongo. Oxford University Press, Melbourne.
Johnson, H.R. & N. Hooper (1973). The birds of the Iron Range area of Cape York Peninsula. Australian Bird Watcher. 5:80-95.
MacGillivray, W. (1914). Notes on some north Queensland birds. Emu. 13:133--186.
MacGillivray, W. (1918). Ornithologists in North Queensland. Emu. 17:180-212.
Mack, A.L., & D.D. Wright (1996). Notes on the occurrence and feeding of birds at Crater Mountain Biological research Station, Papua New Guinea. Emu. 96:89-101.
Mack, G. (1953b). Birds from Cape York Peninsula. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum. 13:1-39.
Mathews, G.M. (1914). Additions and corrections to my list of the birds of Australia. Austral Avian Record. 2:83-107.
North, A.J. (1901-1914). Nests and Eggs of Birds Found Breeding in Australia and Tasmania. Sydney, NSW: Australian Museum.
Parker, S.A. (1970). Critical notes on the status of some Northern Territory birds. South Australian Ornithologist. 25:115-125.
Schodde, R. & I.J. Mason (1999). The Directory of Australian Birds: Passerines. Melbourne, Victoria: CSIRO.
Storr, G.M. (1967). List of Northern Territory Birds. Western Australian Museum Special Publication. 4.
Storr, G.M. (1984c). Revised list of Queensland birds. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement. 19:1-189.
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Citation: Department of the Environment (2013). Drymodes superciliaris colcloughi in Species Profile and Threats Database, Department of the Environment, Canberra. Available from: http://www.environment.gov.au/sprat. Accessed Fri, 20 Dec 2013 16:20:49 +1100.