Scientific Name Chalcites basalis Size 16–18cm Diet Mostly insects and their larvae, especially hairy caterpillars. Also may sometimes eat plant matter. Habitat Range of wooded habitats (such as open and dry woodland and forest) with layered understoreys from grasses to shrubs or heath.
Scientific Name Petroica phoenicea Size 12.5–14cm Diet Insects, spiders and small arthropods. Habitat Forests and woodlands. During winter, more open habitats such as grasslands, farmland and suburban areas.
Scientific Name Petroica boodang Size 12–14cm Diet Insects, spiders and small arthropods. Habitat Open forests and woodlands. During winter, more open habitats such as grasslands, farmland and suburban areas.
Scientific Name Zosterops lateralis Size 10–12.5cm Diet Insect prey and large amounts of fruit and nectar. Habitat Any wooded habitat in coastal and sub-coastal areas, especially commercial orchards and suburban parks and gardens.
Scientific Name Pardalotus punctatus Size 9.5–11.5cm Diet Insects, especially psyllids, and sugary exudates from leaves and psyllids. Habitat Eucalypt forests and woodlands. May also occur in parks and gardens with well-established eucalypt canopy.