Pardalotes - Where does the word come from?

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Subject: Pardalotes - Where does the word come from?
From: Tom Tarrant <>
Date: Sun, 04 Aug 2002 13:34:35 +1000
Hi All,

Just had a message from an overseas birder who asked where the word
"Pardalote" derives from, not sure this has been raised before on
Birding-Aus but I would be interested to know too.
PS: Black-chinned Honeyeaters were showing again today at Petrie, but I
failed (....once more)  to get any images, the blighters wouldn't sit
still for a moment!

Tom and Marie Tarrant
Lot 10 (137) Watson Rd
Queensland 4520


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