the complexities of genetic studies, phylogeny, vocalisation, and so on!!
I'm not at all phased by the thought the Tasmanian Taxon might be separate to
the mainland Boobook - though if some DO cross the Straight, that makes things
But for the life of me, I cannot envisage a speciation mechanism that would
allow for the Tasmanian Taxon to be separated from the mainland Boobook, but
still to be part of the same species as the NZ and Norfolk Island Morpork???
On 20/12/2012, at 6:49 PM, Steve wrote:
> G'day all
> Many thanks to those who answered my request for info on the status of
> Boobooks in Australia. I opened a can of worms apparently. All good info
> and healthy debate!
> It seems that there is more work to do to unravel the situation and there are
> clever people on the job. I will follow the IOC for now and look forward to
> new knowledge.
> I just wish I saw these great little beasts more often.
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