1cy (female) October, showing a moult contrast where the innermost T is moulted post-juvenile, while the outer two are unmoulted juvenile. This contrast may sometimes be rather hard to see, but note the slight difference in wear (identical in the two outer feathers, more fresh in the inner one) as well as in the colour and gloss of the centre, were the innermost T is blackish and the central one is brownish-black (and remember that the outermost T always is paler brown than the other two, regardless of which generation is present). [1ET80658]