The Commission has conserved the usage of nine specific names of common Australian birds. The names were chosen as senior by First Revisers, but were later replaced almost a hundred years ago by simultaneously published names on grounds of page precedence. They have now been stabilised.
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Specific names of nine Australian birds (Aves) conserved