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Hybrid

Hybrid (Image ID 45626)
Photographed byMartin Ross on Mon 5th Oct, 2020 and uploaded on Thu 8th Apr, 2021 .
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ID45626
CommentMale Fairy Wren Hybrid.Very rare recorded findings of such hybrids,with photographic evidence. Most likely Red-backed Fairy wren ×Superb Fairy Wren.Important for scientific DNA studies and conservation
EquipmentNikon D710 f 6.3 1/4000s iso500 ,300mm
LocationGladstone Region., Queensland
Keywordsmale, adult
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