Petroica (Littlera) phoenicea Gould, 1837

Flame Robin

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The largest of the red robins, the Flame Robin is 12���14 cm (5���6 in) long. It has a more slender build than other members of the genus Petroica , with relatively long wings and neck and small head. The male is easily distinguished by its bright orange-red plumage of the throat, breast and abdomen. ... source: Wikipedia

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