Genus Eopsaltria

Eastern Yellow Robin - The Eastern Yellow Robin was first described by ornithologist George Shaw in 1790. Two subspecies are recognised; the Northern Yellow Robin and the nominate or Eastern . The former previously regarded as a separate species.

Yellow-bellied Robin - The Yellow-bellied Robin is a medium-sized Australasian robin, 14–15 cm in length and weighing around 12 g. The plumage is similar to others in the genus Eopsaltria; dark olive-grey back, tail and wings, grey head and chest with a slightly lighter throat, and yellow belly and rump. The legs are grey.

White-breasted robin - The White-breasted Robin was first described by the French naturalists Jean René Constant Quoy and Joseph Paul Gaimard in 1830 as Muscicapa georgiana.


Grey-breasted Robin - Its natural habitats are temperate forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, and Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation.


Mangrove Robin - Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical mangrove forests.

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Petroicidae
Genus : Eopsaltria