rockwarbler

Rockwarbler (Origma solitaria)

Also known as the “Origma”, the rockwarbler is a species of Australasian warbler (Acanthizidae) that is the sole member of the genus Origma. Rockwarblers are endemic to the central eastern New South Wales in Australia. True to their common names Rockwarblers are typically seen foraging for insects with in woodlands with sandstone or limestone.

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Passeriformes-Acanthizidae-Origma-O. solitaria

Image: lostandcold

Rockwarbler (Origma solitaria)

…also sometimes known as the Origma, the rockwarbler is a species of Australasian warbler (Acanthizidae) that is the sole member of the monotypic genus Origma. Rockwarblers are endemic to the state of New South Wales in Australia, the only bird capable of boasting this. True to their common name, rockwarblers are often seen hopping around rocks in woodlands with sandstone or limestome, gleaning insects and other invertebrates along the way. 

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Passeriformes-Acanthizidae-Origma-O. solitaria

Image: Greg Miles