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Degodi Lark Mirafra degodiensis, one of Africa's most poorly known species

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Degodi Lark was described in 1975 from two specimens collected in 1971 from a site 11 km east of Bogol Manyo on the road to Dolo Odo in eastern most Sidamo Province in southern Ethiopia, 4°34'N, 4l°38'E, but remains one of the most poorly-known species in Africa. The two specimens are held at the Museum National d'Histoire in Paris. Richard Webb and Steve Smith

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