Forty-spotted Pardalote Pardalotus quadragintus


Brown, P. B.; Rounsevell, D.E. 1986. The Forty-Spotted Pardalote Pardalotus quadragintus on Bruny Island. Tasmanian Bird Report 15: 25-31.

Bryant, S. and Tzaros, C. 2010. A forty-spot of trouble. Wingspan 20(2): 30-33.

Bryant, S. L. 2010. Conservation assessment of the endangered forty-spotted pardalote 2009–2010. Report to Threatened Species Section, DPIPWE and NRM South. Hobart.

Bryant, S.L. & Webb, M. 2014. Status of the endangered Forty-spotted Pardalote Pardalotus quadragintus on Flinders Island, 2012. Hamish Saunders Memorial Trust Flinders Island Survey 2012. Hamish Saunders Memorial Trust, New Zealand and Resource Management and Conservation Division, DPIPWE, Hobart.

Bryant, S.L., Webb, M. and Hume, F.J. 2012. Survey of Forty-spotted Pardalote on Flinders Island in 2010 and 2011. DPIPWE, Hobart.

Edworthy, A. B., Langmore N. E., and Heinsohn, R. Submitted. Native fly parasites are the principal cause of nestling mortality in an endangered songbird. Journal of Animal Ecology.

Edworthy, A.B. 2016a. Competition and aggression for nest cavities between Striated Pardalotes and endangered Forty-spotted Pardalotes. Condor 118: 1-11.

Edworthy, A.B. 2016b. Avian hosts, prevalence and larval life history of the ectoparasitic fly Passeromyia longicornis (Diptera : Muscidae) in south-eastern Tasmania. Australian Journal of Zoology, 64: 100-106.

Garnett, S. T.; Crowley, G. M. 2000. The action plan for Australian birds 2000. Environment Australia, Canberra.

Garnett, S. T.; Szabo, J. K.; Dutson, G. 2011. The Action Plan for Australian Birds 2010. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood.

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Australian Govt - Action Plan for Australian Birds 2000 - Recovery Outline

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Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2020) Species factsheet: Pardalotus quadragintus. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 27/10/2020. Recommended citation for factsheets for more than one species: BirdLife International (2020) IUCN Red List for birds. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 27/10/2020.