An Australian flowerpecker that feeds mainly on mistletoe berries, the male of which has a bright red breast.
- ‘Female and male Mistletoebirds do not look similar.’
- ‘We saw a grey fantail spreading its tail, a leaden flycatcher wagging its tail, a pair of rufous whistlers, and a pair of mistletoebirds.’
- ‘The female Mistletoebird builds the nest by herself with no help from the male.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.