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Old Tuesday 17th November 2015, 12:14   #1
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Small bird with yellow patch in front of tail. Rochester, MN
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Old Tuesday 17th November 2015, 12:41   #2
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A.k.a. Setophaga coronata coronata.
No longer Fred. Now it is just:

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No longer Fred. Now it is just:

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AFAIK Setophaga coronata coronata is still in use as the subspecies name for the eastern population, KC. "Setophaga coronata (Coronata group) would have been safer, I suppose, since coronata isn't the only "Myrtle" subspecies, but then I was just clowning around after all.
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AFAIK Setophaga coronata coronata is still in use as the subspecies name for the eastern population, KC. "Setophaga coronata (Coronata group) would have been safer, I suppose, since coronata isn't the only "" subspecies, but then I was just clowning around after all.
Myrtle Warbler Setophaga coronata is monotypic when treated as a separate species from Audubon's Warbler S. auduboni
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Myrtle Warbler Setophaga coronata is monotypic when treated as a separate species from Audubon's Warbler S. auduboni
Perhaps not, but in the US it isn't so treated, at least not by the AOU. But split, split split. . who knows what the future holds?
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