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1. Re: FYI: some recent tech that might be useful in the field

Subject: 1. Re: FYI: some recent tech that might be useful in the field
From: "John Burchard" tepegawra
Date: Sun Jun 29, 2014 11:09 am ((PDT))
David Brinicombe wrote:

>> This discussion reminds me of the change of name for the White
>> Breasted Sea Eagle, which used to be called White Bellied Sea Eagle.
>> White Breasted Sea Eagle is actually correct because the bird does
>> have a white breast and if I wrote a paper on the subject or would
>> talk to a serious bird watcher I'd use this name. However, if I'm
>> talking about it with my mates I'd happily use White Bellied Sea
>> Eagle.
> Eric,
> Do you mean Haliaeetus leucogaster?
> No uncertainty with zoological Latin even if you can't pronounce it.
> :-)

And even if it literally means "White-bellied" <G>

John E. Burchard, Ph.D.
Tepe Gawra Salukis

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