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Question 1: A few of the larger species, notably the White-eared Honeyeater, and the Strong-billed Honeyeater of ________, probe under bark for insects and other morsels.
TasmaniaWestern AustraliaAustraliaVictoria (Australia)

Question 2: ________, on the other side of the Wallace Line, has a single species.
IndonesiaCentral JavaBaliJakarta

Question 3: The Wattled Smoky Honeyeater (Melipotes carolae), described in 2007, has been discovered in December 2005 in the Foja Mountains of Papua, ________.
PhilippinesSingaporeMalaysiaIndonesia

Question 4: Unlike the ________ of America, honeyeaters do not have extensive adaptations for hovering flight, though smaller members of the family do hover hummingbird-style to collect nectar from time to time.
HummingbirdApodiformesParrotLoon

Question 5: A great many Australian plants are fertilised by honeyeaters, particularly the ________, Myrtaceae, and Epacridaceae.
ProteoideaeGrevilleoideaeProteaceaeBanksia

Question 6: [7] It is now known as "Macgregor's Giant Honeyeater" and is classified in the ________.
HoneyeaterSunbirdPasserineBlue-faced Honeyeater







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