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Acanthiza reguloides

Buff-rumped Thornbill at Penrose, NSW

Acanthiza reguloides at Penrose, NSW - 10 Apr 2019
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Identification history

Acanthiza reguloides 5 Aug 2019 natureguy
Acanthiza reguloides 4 Aug 2019 NigeHartley

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Occasional visitor, more common in Winter months

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Nearby sightings

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Lampides boeticus (Long-tailed Pea-blue) at Penrose, NSW - 9 Mar 2023 by NigeHartley
Vanessa kershawi (Australian Painted Lady) at Penrose, NSW - 3 Jan 2023 by NigeHartley
Hemicordulia tau (Tau Emerald) at Penrose, NSW - 25 Oct 2022 by NigeHartley
Edolisoma tenuirostre (Common Cicadabird) at Penrose, NSW - 22 Nov 2020 by NigeHartley
Neochmia temporalis (Red-browed Finch) at Penrose, NSW - 30 Nov 2018 by NigeHartley

Location information

Species information

  • Acanthiza reguloides Scientific name
  • Buff-rumped Thornbill Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 4 Abundance
  • 10 Apr 2019 05:18 PM Recorded on
  • NigeHartley Recorded by

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