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Re: aerodynamics vs display in bird tails (was Re: Who says dromaeosaurs can't fly?)



At 11:33 AM 18/09/02 +1000, Colin McHenry wrote:
I don't know what the 'Golden Warbler' is - my copy of Simpson and Day
(Field Guide to Birds of Australia - fifth edition) doesn't list this
vernacular name, but there are various Greygones (Acanthizinae) and Old
World Warblers (Sylviidae) which have 'warbler' in the common name.

I suspect it is the Golden-crowned Cisticola (Cisticola exilis). Note that the site states that the bird is "also known as a sesticlar" [sic!!!!].


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