Abstract Following the split of ‘Subalpine Warbler’ into three subtly different species – Western Subalpine Warbler Curruca iberiae, Moltoni’s Warbler C. subalpina, and Eastern Subalpine Warbler C. cantillans – documenting occurrences in an extralimital context has become more complex. This paper summarises genetic analyses of 70 birds (58 from Britain and 1

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