pardalote

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pardalote

(ˈpɑːdəˌləʊt)
n
(Animals) any of various small Australian songbirds of the genus Pardalotus, esp the diamond bird
[C19: from New Latin, from Greek pardalōtos spotted like a leopard; see pard2]
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Many other species of birds such as pardalotes, weebills and honeyeaters include lerps as part of their diet.
But it does offer a lifeline to young eucalypts and acacias, silver with green growth despite the drought, refuges for pardalotes, thornbills, silver-eyes, magpies scanning their territory, weebills, red-capped robins, even western spinebills, and when the mistletoe is out on the jam trees, the mistletoe birds.
There is a sparse sprinkling of typographical errors, but the only one that bothered me is on page 36, where the Striated Pardalotes in the photo are referred to as 'striated honeyeaters'.