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2018-01-02

The Rote Myzomela has recently been formally described. It occurs on the island of Rote (close to Timor) in the Lesser Sundas in Indonesia.

It is not yet formally part of either Clements or IOC checklists, but it has since some time been possible to register observations of this taxon in iGoTerra. The Rote Myzomela and many other not yet published species can be found at Undescribed species on iGoTerra.

If you have been fortunate enough to observe any of these yet undescribed species, you register these in exactly the same way as any other species. If and when they become formal part of your selected authoritative checklist (IOC or Clements), all your lists will be automatically updated.

Photo by Markus Lagerqvist.



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