Also known as the Capricorn yellow chat; occurs in the coastal region of central Queensland.
This subspecies is considered critically endangered under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
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They are one of four species in the Epthianura genus, with the other three being the crimson chat (Epthianura tricolor), the orange chat (Epthianura aurifrons) and the white-fronted chat (Epthianura albifrons).This adaptation enables them to thrive in their harsh hot and dry environment.Another suggested adaptation to help yellow chats survive in the arid region is their brush tongue.These predictions suggest that the small body size of the yellow chats combined with their hot, dry, arid environment will result in heat stress and a high loss of water.This could be detrimental in their habitat where water is scarce.