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To: 'Lyndon Howe' <>, 'Canberra Birds' <>
Subject: Emailing: DSC_4617.jpg
From: Philip Veerman <>
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2022 04:07:47 +0000
Yes. These bird hybridise a lot. So could be a wild hybrid. I am not sure
where you are but the aviary in Crace is sort of full of lorikeets with
hybrids (or was several years ago when I last visited). Mostly Rainbow /
Scaly-breasted / Musk in a range of mixtures. Like this one......


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  A most unusual Lorikeet. Ideas?

                        Lyndon Howe.

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