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Young birds are similar to adults but are paler and lack the bold face markings.
Woodlands of inland Australia, to southern and western coasts.
The diet includes nectar, insects and honeydew.
The cup-shaped nest is built by the female from woven grass, bark, stems, spider web and roots and lined with soft materials such as wool, grass, fur, cotton etc. The female is responsible for incubating the eggs and brooding the young while both adults share the feeding.
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