|To:||"John Gamblin" <>, "Birding-Aus" <>|
|Subject:||birding-aus Hybrid Lorikeets|
|From:||"Philip A Veerman" <>|
|Date:||Fri, 21 May 1999 22:35:01 +1000|
John Gamblin asked a Question :
When a Scaly breasted Lorikeet and a Rainbow Lorikeet form a union what is the most likely outcome with respect to their offspring ?
See the article on this subject of hybridisation of Scaly breasted Lorikeet and Rainbow Lorikeet by Ray Leggett & Peter Woodall in Australian Bird Watcher 1987 12(4):122-126.
John please : Eastern Rosellas are back in Hastings, not Eastern Rosella's are back in Hastings.
Lucky John seeing flocks of Swift Parrots.
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