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|Australian Musk Duck, Biziura lobata|
- B. lobata Stephens, 1824 – Musk Duck – Widely distributed through south-eastern Australia, south-west Western Australia and the Murray-Darling Basin.
- B. delautouri Forbes, 1892 – New Zealand Musk Duck – previously endemic to New Zealand, and occurring on both North and South Islands, but now extinct.
- Worthy, Trevor H. (2002). "The New Zealand musk duck (Biziura delautouri Forbes, 1892)" (PDF). Notornis 49 (1): 19–28.
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