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Old Monday 8th June 2020, 09:12   #26
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'Poecilositta' is not used anywhere.
Robinson and Kloss in a 1919 BBOC used Poliositta again
https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/...e/285/mode/1up .
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Päckert M., Bader-Blukott M., Künzelmann B., Sun Y.-H., Hsu Y.-C., Kehlmaier C., Albrecht F., Illera J.C. & Martens J., 2020. A revised phylogeny of nuthatches (Aves, Passeriformes, Sitta) reveals insight in intra- and interspecific diversification patterns in the Palearctic. Vertebr. Zool. 70 (2): 241-262.

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