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Awhat Bird 19 - Streamertail Hummingbird latin dict size=14   common dict size=512
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Awhat Bird 19 - Streamertail Hummingbird

From: (russell martin)
Subject: AWHATBIRD INdex.....YEE HAW!!!!!!!!
Date: Sat, 28 Feb 1998 01:54:29 GMT

Pencils down, here are the answers!

AwhatBird1 Baikal Teal
AwhatBird2 Bateleur Eagle
AwahtBird3 Bohemian Waxwing
AwhatBird4 Capercaillie
AwhatBird5 Cock-of-the-Rock
AwhatBird6 Common Murre
AwhatBird7 Crested Guineafowl
AwhatBird8 Crimson Rosella
AwhatBird9 Fieldfare
AwhatBird10 Green Wood-Hoopoe
AwhatBird11 Guan
AwhatBird12 Hoatzin
AwhatBird13 Inca Tern
AahwtBird14 Kea
AwhatBird15 Oldsquaw
AwahtBird16 Rainbow Lorikeet
AwhatBird17 Scops Owl
AwhatBird18 Smew
AwhatBird19 Streamertail
AwhatBird20 Takahe
AwhatBird21 Tawny Frogmouth
AwhatBird22 Tody


See yah next batch!


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The Green-and-black Streamertail, Red-billed Streamertail or Doctor Bird (Trochilus polytmus) is a long-tailed hummingbird.

They are the most abundant and widespread member of the hummingbird family on the island of Jamaica, where the streamertail is also the national bird. Incidentally, the bird known to scientists as Trochilus polytmus, is the name-bearer of the whole hummingbird family, the Trochilidae. Formerly believed to be conspecific with the Black-billed Streamertail of extreme eastern Jamaica, the latter is now considered a distinct species (Trochilus scitulus). Thus, T. polytmus occurs west of a line from Morant Bay following the Morant River, and via Ginger House and the middle Rio Grande to Port Antonio (Gill et al., 1973).
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