Scarlet Robin - Petroica boodang
The Scarlet Robin is a medium-sized robin, with a plump and compact appearance. Males have a black head, neck and upper parts with a conspicuous white patch above the bill (frontal patch). The breast is scarlet red and the lower under parts are white. The wings are barred white and the outer tail is also white.
The Scarlet Robin is a common red-breasted Australasian robin in the passerine bird genus ''Petroica''. The species is found on continental Australia and its offshore islands, including Tasmania. The species was split into two in 1999 by Schodde and Mason, and as the original collection by Gmelin was from Norfolk Island, this retained the name of ''multicolor'' and is now known as the Pacific Robin.