Splits, lumps, taxonomies, check-lists, whatever.

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Subject: Splits, lumps, taxonomies, check-lists, whatever.
From: "Cas Liber" <>
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2013 08:25:20 +1100
WRT visual distinctness and splits - is there a rationale (or investigation)
why Black Currawong is a species and why Clinking isn't (given the
separation of Tasmania and mainland Oz was the same for all of these taxa?)
- or for that matter Tasmanian race of Aust Magpie (which has some anomalous
size differences)?


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