Endemic Birds: Burmese Bushlark

Endemic Birds: Burmese Bushlark Endemic Birds: Burmese Bushlark Endemic Birds: Burmese Bushlark Endemic Birds: Burmese Bushlark

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MiNo. 544A Myanmar
Opr. (5x10); A = perf. K 14 1/4:14; B = imperforated
Single stamp, date of issue: 01/05/2023
Picture descriptions:
mp) Burmese Bushlark (Mirafra microptera)
544 A  200 K multicolored mp
Quantity: 200,000 pieces
Designer: Ahmonoo
Printer: Security Printing Works (SPW), Rangoon

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Here as a "MINT NEVER HINGED (MNH)" perforated Single Stamp
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  • The Burma Bushlark (Mirafra microptera) is a species of the lark family. Its distribution area is in Southeast Asia. It was originally classified as a subspecies of the Bengal lark. Due to differences in song, it is now classified as a separate species.
  • The Burma lark reaches a body length of about 15 centimeters, of which 3.9 to 5.1 centimeters are on the tail. The length of the beak is 1.4 to 1.63 centimeters measured from the skull. There is no noticeable sexual dimorphism, although the males are slightly larger than the females.
  • The Burmese lark is lighter in color and slightly less reddish than the closely related Bengal lark. The crown and the nape are brownish yellow-brown to reddish grey-brown and strikingly blackish-brown with dashes. The yellow-brownish eye stripe is wider than that of the Bengal lark. The upper body plumage is grey-brown...

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