else include the Norfolk Island Parakeet (Wikipedia),
the Slender-billed White-eye (HBW),
the Norfolk Robin (Natural
Norfolk), and the White-chested White-eye (Wikipedia).
The Norfolk Island Gerygone Gerygone
is also usually considered a full
species. The Norfolk Island Ground-dove Gallicolumba norfolciensis
Papa) and Norfolk Island Kaka Nestor productus (Naturalis)
are extinct. Additional endemic subspecies are illustrated at (environment.gov.au
Marine fish known only from Norfolk Island include a cusk eel Dipulus norfolkanus (eol), a combtooth blenny Parablennius serratolineatus (Morphbank), and a shore-eel Alabes springeri (Fishes of Australia).
Katydids unique to Norfolk Island include Austrosalomona personafrons (Google Books), Beiericolya tardipes (Google Books), and Caedicia araucariae (Google Books). Other endemic insects include the Nythos Island Cricket Insulascirtus nythos (OSF), the Norfolk Island Cicada Kikihia convicta (dr-pop.net), the longhorned beetle Microlamia norfolkensis (Cerambycidae Species) and Disterna norfolkensis (Cerambycidae Species), a click beetle Ochosternus norfolcensis (ALA), a stink bug Cuspicona norfolcensis (ALA), a dozen endemic thrip species (Zootaxa pdf file), a leafroller moth Tracholena hedraea (Tortricid.net), and the looper moths Austrocidaria ralstonae and Pseudocoremia christiani (both at Butterflies on Stamps).
snails include Palmatina
(figs 9-16 at BHL),
endemic invertebrates include a salt marsh snail Omphalotropis suteri
Papa), an extinct freshwater snail Posticobia norfolkensis
Freshwater Molluscs), the marine snail Herpetopoma norfolkensis
Hardy), a centipede Cormocephalus
coynei (p. 3 of Parks
Australia pdf file) and a freshwater shrimp Paratya
norfolkensis (p. 6 of EcoNorfolk
The 44 endemic species of vascular plants include the Norfolk Island Pine (ARKive), the Norfolk Island Tree Fern (Wikipedia), the King's Brakefern (Google Books), the Chaff Tree (APII), the Phillip Island Hibiscus (ARKive), the Norfolk Island Orchid ( p. 11 of SOSWA pdf file), the Shieldfern (Flora of Australia), the Norfolk Island Spleenwort (flickr), the Popwood (ANBG), the Norfolk Island Abutilon (ALA), the Norfolk Island Euphorbia (ALA), the Hanging Fork-fern and a beech Myrsine ralstoniae (both on p. 8 of environment.gov.au pdf file), the Norfolk Island Mahoe (ALA), the Broad-leaved Meryta (Wikipedia), Korthalsella disticha (ALA), Pittosporum bracteolatum (APII), Coprosma pilosa (APII), Capparis nobilis (APII), and Clematis dubia (ALA). Endemic genera include Ungeria (environment.gov.au) and the probably extinct Streblorrhiza (Wikipedia).
Although Norfolk Island is a territory of Australia, biologically it is part of the New Zealand biodiversity hotspot (CEPF). It comprises the Norfolk Island Subtropical Forests ecoregion (EoE). A list of the vascular plants indicating the endemic species is at (Wikipedia). Descriptions of many of Norfolk Islands threatened endemic species can be found in the "Norfolk Island Region Threatened Species Recovery Plan" (environment.gov.au)