Striated Pardalote (species: Pardalotus (Pardalotus) striatus) in Bald Rock NP (Gaia Guide)
Pardalotus (Pardalotus) striatus
Striated Pardalote

©Leo: Striated Pardalote (Striated Pardalote)

©Tom Tarrant: Striated Pardalote (Pardalotus striatus)

©Tom Tarrant: Striated Pardalote (Pardalotus (Pardalotus) striatus)
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Aves
Order Passeriformes
Family Pardalotidae
Genus Pardalotus
Species Pardalotus (Pardalotus) striatus
Status least concern



Distinguishing features

The plumage varies considerably across its range. The crown is black, with subspecies substriatus, striatus and ornatus having white streaks. The eyebrow is white, starting with a yellow mark near the beak. All races have a white stripe on the wing and olive backs. The nominate race has a yellow spot on the wing, whilst the other subspecies have a red dot. The male and female are similar while juveniles have duller plumage. (Wikipedia)


  • From 9 cm to 11.5 cm (Length of specimen)


  • Wingspan data is not yet available.



©Atlas of Living Australia: Australian distribution

Distribution and habitat preferences

They occupy a vast range of habitat types from tall mountain rainforest to arid scrubland, and are found in all parts of Australia except some of the Western Australian deserts. (Wikipedia)

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