Rainbow Lorikeets

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Subject: Rainbow Lorikeets
From: "Robyn Charlton" <>
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 22:29:00 +1100
Thank you to all who contributed to the answer of my Rainbow Lorikeet

My reason for the question is that it was discussed how the RL's were now
invading WA.

It would appear that RL's are high in fecundity and survivorship.

And as environment's change, so do the animals with them. Also it is quite
apparent that the impact humans have had on the environment has increased
that change.

Therefore it is reasonable and not unexpected that RL's are now in WA.

Thanks for sharing the memories!!!!


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