|Species Type||Australasian Warbler|
|Environment||Australia: Woodlands with sandstone or limestone|
|Locomotion||Primarily powered flight|
The Origma, also known as the Rockwarbler (Origma solitaria), is an Australasian warbler endemic to the state of New South Wales, Australia - it is the only bird species with this classification and is specifically located within central eastern New South Wales. It is also the only member of the genus Origma.
It is usually seen hopping erratically over rocks whilst flicking its tail.
Related fictional speciesEdit
At least one fictional species have been based upon the Origma, at least if name itself is any indication. Known species are listed below: