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  1. species: Northiella haematogaster (Gould, 1838) – Bluebonnet

    Bluebonnet, Blue Bonnet, Bulaybulay

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA

  2. unranked: Northiella haematogaster zanda Mathews, 1913 (accepted name: Northiella haematogaster)

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  6. unranked: Northiella haematogaster haematorrhous (Bonaparte, 1856) - miscellaneous literature

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  10. unranked: Northiella haematogaster narethae (H.L. White, 1921) - miscellaneous literature

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  14. unranked: Northiella haematogaster haematogaster (Gould, 1838) - miscellaneous literature

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  18. unranked: Northiella haematogaster pallescens Salvadori, 1891 - miscellaneous literature

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  23. Site Page: DNA key to identifying eggs in museum collections – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 15th January 2021 A new study shows how the scientific value of collections can be improved by DNA technologies that provide high-confidence taxonomic identifications of specimens. There are 24,000 clutches of bird eggs from more than 1,000 species in the Australian National Wildlife Collection (ANWC). Here are the eggs used in this study. Image credit: ANWC, CSIRO...

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