|Species:|| Petroica phoenicea|
Males have fiery-red underparts with a black head, back and wings - the wings also have white striping on them. Females are brown with white underparts.
The flame robins nest is found in wooded areas; it is the typical cup shape. The building of the nest can take up to 14 days, and is bound by spider webs. The clutch is 3 or 4, and the eggs are greenish-white with darker markings.
Flame robins are found in south-eastern Australia, including Tasmania.