Subject: Calamanthus
From: (Russell Woodford)
Date: Mon, 07 Apr 2003 15:32:42 +1000
OOOPS!  Sorry everyone.  I hope nobody went flying off to Werribee looking for 
"Striated Heathwren".  As Mike Carter has pointed out, they don't occur at the 
WTP.  What I saw last visit (but not last Sunday) was actually a Striated 
Fieldwren, which I really would prefer to call Striated Calamanthus.  Best go 
and brush up on my RENs....

Russell Woodford
Music & Information Technology
Sacred Heart College Geelong
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