Grey Teal no longer an accepted common name?

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Subject: Grey Teal no longer an accepted common name?
From: "Dez Wells" <>
Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2013 12:29:31 +1000
Hi Bob

Grey Teal is an accepted name under Eremaea. What has happened is that you
have not changed your common name recogniser. It is preset to Clements
English, but if you click on the black arrow and select Australian English
Grey Teal will then be accepted. As a global database Eremaea provides
opportunities for a range of accepted common names.




Dezmond Wells

BirdLife Board Member/ Eremaea Moderator/BSQ Local Branch Liasion
Officer/President of Bunyaville Environmental Education Centre P&C
Association/Research Masters Student QUT
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