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The Mallee Emu-wren, Stripiturus mallee, is a bird species in the family Maluridae. The Mallee Emu-wren is one of three species of the genus stipiturus, commonly known as emu-wrens, found across southern and central Australia, where its natural habitat is temperate grassland.

The Mallee Emu-wren, Stripiturus mallee, is a bird species in the family Maluridae. The Mallee Emu-wren is one of three species of the genus stipiturus, commonly known as emu-wrens, found across southern and central Australia, where its natural habitat is temperate grassland.

Rufous-Crowned Emu-Wren - Stipiturus ruficeps : This wren species is of the family Maluridae. It is found across southern and central Australia. This wren is the smallest and brightest of the three emu-wren species - Image : © barraimaging.com.au

Rufous-Crowned Emu-Wren - Stipiturus ruficeps : This wren species is of the family Maluridae. It is found across southern and central Australia. This wren is the smallest and brightest of the three emu-wren species - Image : © barraimaging.com.au

white-winged fairy wren  Different species all over Australia.

white-winged fairy wren Different species all over Australia.

emu wrens | Mallee Emu-wren

emu wrens | Mallee Emu-wren

Emu

Emu

Grey-crowned Babbler (Pomatostomus temporalis) in Australia.

Grey-crowned Babbler (Pomatostomus temporalis) in Australia.

Singing Honeyeater : Lichenostomus virescens, This species is found mostly in open shrublands and low woodlands, especially dominated by acacias, and is widespread on mainland Australia.  By Chris Ross

Singing Honeyeater : Lichenostomus virescens, This species is found mostly in open shrublands and low woodlands, especially dominated by acacias, and is widespread on mainland Australia. By Chris Ross

MALLEE EMU WREN uncommon Lives Victoria and South Australia By John Barkla

MALLEE EMU WREN uncommon Lives Victoria and South Australia By John Barkla

Variegated Fairy Wren

Variegated Fairy Wren

The Western Bowerbird (Chlamydera guttata) The species is similar to the Spotted bowerbird, and has often been treated as a subspecies of it.

The Western Bowerbird (Chlamydera guttata) The species is similar to the Spotted bowerbird, and has often been treated as a subspecies of it.

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