"Isabelline" - an interesting name.

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Subject: "Isabelline" - an interesting name.
From: "John Harris" <>
Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 12:10:36 +1000
B-A and Richard
That answers a question that raised it's head for me recently.  I was using the 
BOCA cd's and one of the subspecies of Striated Grasswren (?) recorded was 
isabellinos -( spelling and species my be incorrect).  It occured to me that it 
was not a word i had heard in other circles of life and  thought of the 
wheatear as well.

Thanks Richard.

Yours in all things "green"


John Harris
Environmental Education Officer
Donvale Christian College
155 Tindals Rd Donvale 3111
03 9844 2471
0409 090 955

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