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. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club. size. Species of Artamus differ from members of other passerine families in possessing powder-down feathers. Another unusual feature of the species of Artamidae that warrants consideration is their brush-tipped tongue, which does not appear to have been reported previously. Analysis of gizzard contents and observation of Australian species of Artamus indicate that they are mainly insectivorous; there are, however, odd observations which indicate that they may at times be nectarivorous (e.g. Campbell, 1901). Figure 1 shows the tongues of four Aust

. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club. size. Species of Artamus differ from members of other passerine families in possessing powder-down feathers. Another unusual feature of the species of Artamidae that warrants consideration is their brush-tipped tongue, which does not appear to have been reported previously. Analysis of gizzard contents and observation of Australian species of Artamus indicate that they are mainly insectivorous; there are, however, odd observations which indicate that they may at times be nectarivorous (e.g. Campbell, 1901). Figure 1 shows the tongues of four Aust Stock Photo
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. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club. size. Species of Artamus differ from members of other passerine families in possessing powder-down feathers. Another unusual feature of the species of Artamidae that warrants consideration is their brush-tipped tongue, which does not appear to have been reported previously. Analysis of gizzard contents and observation of Australian species of Artamus indicate that they are mainly insectivorous; there are, however, odd observations which indicate that they may at times be nectarivorous (e.g. Campbell, 1901). Figure 1 shows the tongues of four Australian species of Artamus.. A. leucorhynchus. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. British Ornithologists' Club. London : British Ornithologists' Club

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