ROSE ROBIN FACTS
The Rose Robin is dark grey above with rose-pink breast. The underside is white. Females are greyish-brown above and whitish underneath. with small white patch above the bill. Young are similar to females but have white streaks on back and mottled brown on their breast.
wet forest and rainforest
insects and other small invertebrates
the nest is a cup made of moss and bark, camouflaged with lichen, lined with down. It is build in a tree fork or outer branch. Lays 2-3 pale green or blue-grey eggs marked with brownish-purple spots.
Along the coast and Great Dividing Range from central Queensland through New South Wales, and south into Victoria
Map is from Atlas of Living Australia website at http://biocache.ala.org.au licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
|Common Name:||Rose Robin|
Relatives in same Genus
Scarlet Robin (P. boodang)
Red-capped Robin (P. goodenovii)
Flame Robin (P. phoenicea)
Pink Robin (P. rodinogaster)