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Kep, Cambodia in June, 2019 - Pipit?

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Old Wednesday 26th June 2019, 09:18   #1
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Kep, Cambodia in June, 2019 - Pipit?

I saw a number of Paddyfield Pipits whilst in Cambodia but nothing as dark brown as this bird. I don't know whether or not it's just the lighting or a different species. Expert help would be appreciated once again please.
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Old Wednesday 26th June 2019, 09:24   #2
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more a lark than a pipit, I think... Maybe
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Old Wednesday 26th June 2019, 09:28   #3
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Horsfield's Bushlark I believe, definitely not a pipit
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Thank you for your replies, your help is much appreciated. Having looked at Avibase for Cambodian bushlarks it looks like Gerben is probably right with the Indochinese Bushlark. Hey but what do I know? I just thought it was another pipit!
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Old Wednesday 26th June 2019, 13:04   #5
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I'd double check range, as Horsfield's Bushlark also occurs in Cambodia according to IOC tax list. I don't know how to tell them apart or which would be most likely at the location. We need someone like Grahame or James Eaton here :)

EDIT, sorry missed Sicklebill's reponse. Can we rule out Indochinese, Sicklebill?
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Old Wednesday 26th June 2019, 13:21   #6
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I'd double check range, as Horsfield's Bushlark also occurs in Cambodia according to IOC tax list. I don't know how to tell them apart or which would be most likely at the location. We need someone like Grahame or James Eaton here :)

EDIT, sorry missed Sicklebill's reponse. Can we rule out Indochinese, Sicklebill?
I'd have called this an Indochinese, I think the breast streaking is too well defined and dark, much weaker and brown on Horsefield's.
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Indochinese bushlark
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Agree with Indochinese Bushlark.
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