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The jacky winter is around 12 – 14 cm in length (including the tail) and its weight varies from 14 – 18 g. The plumage of M. f. fascinans includes a greyish breast with white on the bottom half, its head and back is greyish-brown, while its wings are a darker brown with white edges. The bill is black, it has a narrow eye-line and a buff alula stripe. The tail of M. f. fascinans is blackish brown with white outer feathers. Its legs are black. Subspecies M. f. assimilis is very similar to M. f. fascinans, however it is darker, with more grey over the breast and flanks, covering up the white which is seen on M. f. fascinans. M. f. pallida is smaller than the other two subspecies being only around 13 cm. M. f. pallida is much more pallid than the other subspecies and are usually a sandy brown colour. There are three races of jacky winter found in Australia Microeca fascinans fasinans (leucophaea) is the most familiar race and found in parts of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. There is also Microeca fascinans assimilis which is found in South Australia and Western Australia and Mircoeca fascinans pallida which is found in Western and North Queensland, Northern Territory and North Western Australia.The Microeca fascinans zimmeri is a sub species of jacky winter found in Papua New Guinea

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Animalia: Chordata: Passeriformes: Aves: Petroicidae: Microeca fascinans

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