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Gerygone olivacea
Photo by Tom Tarrant
Photo taken: Samsonvale, SE Qld.


Grey brown, white throat and spot on forehead, bright yellow underparts, white-tipped tail, red eye.





Open eucalypt woodlands and forests and in vegetation along watercourses.


The diet includes insects and other arthropods.

It builds an oval or pear shaped nest of bark bound with spiders' silk, which is hung in the outer foliage of trees.

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