To: "L&L Knight" <>
From: "Dave Torr" <>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 07:26:41 +1100
True - I think they all do and in the case of Rosellas that would be pretty
easy - although whether the software could do it for you or just tell you
that you have a problem and you need to fix it is debatable. The real
problem is splits where the ranges overlap - not sure if this is ever a real
problem though?

On 23/01/2008, L&L Knight <> wrote:
> Well, the geographically based splits would be easier to resolve if
> the systems recognise location.
> On 23/01/2008, at 6:09 AM, Dave Torr wrote:
> > I wonder when the major birding software systems will be updated for
> > the new
> > C&B - and how they cope with lumps (which are easy to handle) and
> > splits
> > (which are difficult unless the software allowed for you to record
> > subspecies, which none of the ones I have looked at did).
> >
> > On 22/01/2008, Andrew Wood <> wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >> In answer to Steve's question, in the new C&B Northern, Western and
> >> Eastern Rosella remain separate. Crimson Rosella, Yellow Rosella and
> >> Adelaide Rosella remain together. Platycercus adscitus is indeed
> >> Pale-headed
> >> Rosella. No change to Rosellas at all!
> >>
> >> Andrew Wood
> >>

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