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- Pterodroma pycrofti
- Similar to Cook's Petrel. Its upper surface is darker, particularly the head and mantle, which appear dark grey. Bill black; feet pale fleshy-blue.
- Differs from the Black-winged Petrel by its uniformly darker upperbody parts and lack of a conspicuous underwing pattern. Paler than the very dark Gould's Petrel.
Temperate forests, temperate shrubland, and open seas.