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    Lark ID help

    The split is adopted by IOC. As ever, there are no 'laws', so there is no such thing as 'official acceptance' - and whether you consider it to be 'accepted' is up to you or to the list you personally prefer to follow - if any. I imagine there are better sources, but try >> Lesser Short-toed Lark...
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    Lark ID help

    Hmm, OK, I guess the point is is it wintering Turkestan short-toed lark... I'll retire in confusion... (x-posted with Lou)
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    Lark ID help

    Looks like a lesser short-toed lark, it's in Greece (it's good to give the actual location when you're asking for an ID), so it's what some people call Mediterranean short-toed lark. I don't think there's any mystery or confusion.
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