Norfolk Starling

The Norfolk Starling is classified as Extinct (EX), there is no reasonable doubt that the last individual has died.

The Norfolk Starling (Aplonis fusca fusca), was a small bird in the starling family. It is the extinct nominate subspecies of the Tasman Starling, the only other subspecies being the Lord Howe Starling (Aplonis fusca hulliana). More

the species into two forms, the Norfolk Starling (Aplonis fusca fusca), and Lord Howe Starling (Aplonis fusca hulliana). Both subspecies are now extinct, thus so the species. References - * Errol Fuller (2000). "Extinct Birds", ISBN 0-8160-1833-2 External links - * BirdLife Species Factsheet * 3D view of specimens RMNH 110.032, RMNH 110.033 and RMNH 110. More

striata Norfolk Starling, Aplonis fusca (extinct, c.1923) Mountain Starling, Aplonis santovestris Asian Glossy Starling, Aplonis panayensis Moluccan Starling, Aplonis mysolensis Short-tailed Starling, Aplonis minor Micronesian Starling, Aplonis opaca Pohnpei Starling, Aplonis pelzelni (possibly extinct, c. More

* Norfolk Starling, Aplonis fusca fusca (extinct c.1923) * Lord Howe Starling, Aplonis fusca hulliana (extinct c.1919) * Mountain Starling, Aplonis santovestris: Endemic to the island of Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu. It is restricted to cloud forest forest on that island] The species was feared extinct, although a 1991 expedition managed to find a population high in the mountains. More

The species Norfolk Starling is extinct. This article is incomplete. This article is missing one or more sections. You can help the BirdForum Opus by expanding it. Aplonis fusca Alternative name(s): Tasman Starling. More

The Norfolk Starling (Aplonis fusca, formerly Aplonis fuscus) was described in 1836 by John Gould as Tasman Starling which occurred on Norfolk Island and Lord Howe Island. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Sturnidae
Genus : Aplonis
Species : fusca
Authority : Gould, 1836