|Tawny frogmouth, Podargus strigoides, at night|
At least 3 recognized species, see article.
Podargus is a small genus of birds in the frogmouth family, Podargidae. All members of this genus are found in Australia, with some species being found in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, and the Solomon Islands, as well.
It contains these species to date:
|Image||Scientific name||Common name||Distribution|
|Podargus ocellatusQuoy & Gaimard, 1830||Marbled frogmouth||Aru Islands, New Guinea and Queensland|
|Podargus papuensisQuoy & Gaimard, 1830||Papuan frogmouth||Aru Islands, New Guinea, and Cape York Peninsula.|
|Podargus strigoides(Latham, 1801)||Tawny frogmouth||Queensland, the central Northern Territory, and most of the Nullabor Plain, Tasmania|
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