(Taeniopygia bichenovii annulosa).
There are two distinct races of Double-barred finches, this bird is an example of the western race which has a black rump.
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approached by diver. The Coral Sea is famous for its large colourful specimens of soft corals only found in deep water, over 30 m deep.
Flinders Reef, Coral Sea, Australia
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a species native to Madagascar and introduced to Reunion. Photographed near Grand Galet waterfall.
Reunion, Indian Ocean, overseas department of France
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