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- The malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata) is a stocky ground-dwelling Australian bird about the size of a domestic chicken (to which it is distantly related). It...
- Australian megapodes showed that Progura was closely related to the living malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata), though the fossil species L. gallinacea was considerably...
- protection of the Malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata), a native bird species that originally inhabited much of the natural mallee environment. Malleefowl are easy prey...
- typical of these terrestrial birds. All are browsers, and all but the malleefowl occupy wooded habitats. Most are brown or black in color. Megapodes are...
- transferred to the Division of Wildlife and carried out extensive research on malleefowl, waterfowl, especially magpie geese, and pigeons. He eventually became...
- protect the habitat of the malleefowl. The park is closed to the public as part of an ongoing policy to protect malleefowl and other threatened animals...
- (including chachalacas and cur****ows), and Megapodiidae (incubator birds like malleefowl and brush-turkeys). They are important as seed dis****rs and predators...
- closest relatives are the wattled brushturkey, Waigeo brushturkey, and malleefowl. It is a large bird with black feathers and a red head. Its total length...
- and make it more difficult for the chicks to emerge after hatching. The malleefowl, which lives in more open forest than do other megapodes, uses the sun...
- some omnivory. Progura gallinacea (the giant malleefowl) was a larger relative of the extant malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata). Var**** priscus (formerly Megalania...
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