pictorella mannikin halls creek WA

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Subject: pictorella mannikin halls creek WA
From: Gary Wright <>
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2009 11:11:26 +1030
I meant to say that the most strongly marked bird appeared to have barring
on its flank, but everything else was consistent with pictorella mannikin.
 Black on face and neck with a chestnut shadow and in my light or view what
appeared to be whitish under black on neck/chest.

Would the barring have been a possibility or just appeared to be there?


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