Little brown bird
Little brown bird (LBB) or little brown job (LBJ) is an informal name used by birdwatchers for any of the large number of species of small brown passerine birds, many of which are notoriously difficult to distinguish. This is especially true for females, which lack much of the coloring present in males.
- Damned yellow composite, a similar term for the numerous difficult-to-identify dandelion-like plants
- Little brown mushroom, a similar term for difficult-to-identify mushrooms
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- Mayntz, Melissa. "Little Brown Job – Definition". Retrieved February 2, 2015.
- Peacock, Faansie (2012). Chamberlain's LBJs. Mirafra Publishing. ISBN 978-0620543200.
- Hall, Les; Bressan, Vicki (February 2008). "Key to identifying bats in south east Queensland" (PDF). Granite Belt Wildlife Carers Inc. Bat Rescue Inc. Retrieved 3 February 2019.
- Queale, L.F. (1997). "Field identification of female little brown bats Vespadelus Spp. (Chiroptera : Vespertilionidae) in South Australia". Records of the South Australian Museum. 30 (1997–1998): 28–33.
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