Grallina cyanoleuca (Latham, 1801)


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The Magpie Lark is a common black and white bird. The male, female and immature have distinct markings. The male has black chest right up to his beak, with horizontal black stripe from beak through eye to back of head. The female has white throat with black bar through eye down to chest. The immature has white throat, and also has eye bar similar to the male.... source: OZ Animals

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Compiled distribution map

Occurence records map



Biodiversity Heritage Library

Content and maps have been accessed from Atlas of Living Australia ( and Birdlife Australia (