Pseudo babblers live in lowland New Guinea up to 1,500 ft (500 m) altitude, Misool in the western Papuan Islands, and all of mainland Australia except the extreme southeast and southwest coasts and in central and northwest sand deserts. Northern and southern Australian groups of Pomatostomus overlap widely in the central arid zone of Australia.

A white-browed babbler (Pomatostomus superciliosus) at its nest in Australia. (Photo by Ken Stepnel. Bruce Coleman Inc. Reproduced by permission.)
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