Colour fading in specimens

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Subject: Colour fading in specimens
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2006 09:54:05 -0000
Hi Peter,
I've looked at a lot of specimens recently on e-bay of all places where there 
do seem to be quite a few Aussie birds for some reason.

It's unlikely that the colour white will fade (usually just looks dirty) but I 
have noticed that the colour most usualy lost through age is yellow.

All the best, Andy.

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