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NSW SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Marchant S, Higgins PJ (Eds) (1993) ‘Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds’, vol. 2. (Oxford University Press: Melbourne)

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Smith GC, Aridis J, Lees N (1998) Radio-tracking revealed home ranges of Black-breasted Button-quail Turnix melanogaster in remnant vine scrub between Hoop Pine plantation and agriculture. Emu 98,171-177.

Smyth A., Noble D, Wiley C (2001) Black-breasted Button-quail in open eucalypt forest in south-eastern Queensland. Australian Bird Watcher 19, 45-47.

Smyth AK, Pavey CR (2001) Foraging by melanogaster) within fragmented rainforest Conservation 98, 149-157.

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Smyth AK, Young J (1996) Observations on the endangered Black-breasted Button-quail Turnix melanogaster breeding in the wild. Emu 96, 202-207.

Explanatory note

Between 2007 and 2009 the NSW Scientific Committee undertook a systematic review of the conservation status of a selection of plant and animal species listed under the Threatened Species Conservation Act. This species summary report provides a review of the information gathered on this species at the time the Review was undertaken.

The Scientific Committee’s report on the Review of Schedules project and final determinations relating to species that were either delisted or had a change in conservation status can be found on the following website: www.environment.nsw.gov.au .

The Committee gratefully acknowledges the past and present Committee members and project officers who ably assisted the Committee in undertaking the Review of Schedules Project. Information on the people involved in the project can be found in the Acknowledgement section of the project report entitled “Review of the Schedules of the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995. A summary report on the review of selected species” which is available on the abovementioned website.

This species summary report may be cited as:

NSW Scientific Committee (2008) Black-breasted Button-quail Turnix melanogaster. Review of current information in NSW. May 2008. Unpublished report arising from the Review of the Schedules of the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995. NSW Scientific Committee, Hurstville.

ESTABLISHED UNDER THE THREATENED SPECIES CONSERVATION ACT 1995

Contact Address: C/o PO Box 1967 Hurstville BC NSW 1481

Telephone: (02) 9585 6940 Facsimile: (02) 9585 6989

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