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Liam.m wrote:
29 min ago
Hi @RodDeb and @rawshorty, I think this bird is a good contender for female satin? Very obvious buffy edges to the wing, darker plumage on throat and face then I’d expect for Leaden. It’s migration time at the moment and they tend to pop up in unexpected spots (like rufous fantails). I spoke to Luke and he agrees. Hope this is an adequate explanation.

Myiagra cyanoleuca
WendyEM wrote:
34 min ago
looks like Threnosia sp4 of Moths of Vic Pt2 2nd ed - T myochroa has quite dark grey/brown wings with the markings along a curved line, T sp4 is more this colour with the makings more as 3 spots like this. In 1st edition they were placed with T heminephedes but separated out for 2nd Ed

Lithosiini (tribe)
donhe wrote:
38 min ago
Ctenosia infuscata ? Threnosia myochroa ?

Lithosiini (tribe)
SimoneC wrote:
54 min ago
I’ve swapped out one of the photos for another that shows more of the wing venation, not a very good view but it may help. I’ve looked over the last couple of days to see if I can see it again but no luck at the moment

Euryglossinae (subfamily)
Steve818 wrote:
1 hr ago
Keys out with 5 features on EUCLID

Eucalyptus neglecta

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