|Bridled Honeyeater Bolemoreus frenatus
(aka Lichenostomus frenatus)
|Kuranda, Queensland, Australia
The Bridled Honeyeater is distributed in a small area of Queensland from near Cooktown to near Townsville. It is found in rainforest mainly in the highlands and usually close to water. It feeds on insects, nectar and fruits.
|It has white scalloping behind the eye and a yellowish-pink line from the gape to under the eye. the bill is black with a yellow base and there is a yellow spot on the ear-coverts.|
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