Lichmera indistincta

Lichmera indistincta

Lichmera indistincta

(Brown Honeyeater)

FAMILY

Meliphagidae

Species

Lichmera indistincta

Common name

Brown Honeyeater

Main colour

Dull olive-brown

Distinctive feature

Wedge of yellow or white behind the eye, size 12-16 cm

Campus

Townsville

Description

This honeyeater has a dull olive-brown body, with a darker face, underparts are buff-coloured to almost white, recognized by small wedge-shaped patch of yellow or white just behind the eye. Legs and feet brown, eyes dark brown, bill black. Common in garden areas. The plant is Callinadra.

Additional Photos

Brown Honeyeater perching.