Lalage leucopyga leucopyga
Lalage leucopyga is an extinct bird of the Campephagidae family, a nominative subspecies of the long-tailed whistler larva Lalage leucopyga. This subspecies was endemic to Norfolk Island, an Australian territory in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand. Almost nothing is known about his biology.
This subspecies was similar to other subspecies of the long-tailed whistler larvae, although it was slightly larger - 17 - 18 cm long. It also had an ocher tint of the upper tail, a large amount of white at the end of the lateral tail feathers and some other details.
For the Norfolk subspecies, only feeding on insects, both terrestrial and flying, was noted, which they looked out for, sitting on some dais. Other subspecies besides insects also feed on small fruits.
Breeding was recorded from September to February. Shallow bowl-shaped nests were made of lichens, mosses and fibrous roots and lined with thinner material. The clutch contained two eggs of a pale green color with brown spots. The birds were said to lay another clutch after heavy rains.
The birds were last seen in 1942. Due to their contrasting black and white coloring, they were very visible, and even a year before extinction were found in large numbers, although the exact population size was not estimated. The reason for the extinction was probably the extermination of birds by the black rats that appeared on the island in the 1940s, as well as the destruction of a large area of subtropical rainforest for the construction of the airport at about the same time.
Instances of these birds are kept in the museums of Leiden, Vienna, Tring and in the collection of H. L. White in Melbourne.
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