New Australian bird list

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Subject: New Australian bird list
From: "John Weigel" <>
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 2013 11:12:58 +1000
The inclusion of subspecies names - common and Latin for these on the new
Birdlife Australia bird list is great. But it is certainly more conservative
than IOC. Do we regard the new list as an extension/replacement of the C & B
list, or do we now have three lists to work from? Would be nice if it (or
any other) could become the singular list of species that we all use,
irrespective of loss of relatively recent IOC splits.  



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