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Description: The Indian bush lark (Mirafra erythroptera) is a species of lark in the family Alaudidae found in South Asia. It is distinguished from Jerdon's bush lark by its shorter bill and legs and longer tail. The plumage of the Indian bush lark is pale and it has a cheek patch completely bounded by a white supercilium and post-auricular border. The crown and upper-parts are heavily streaked. The pale underparts have large spots on the breast. Most of its wing coverts, tertials and central tail feathers have pale centres. The primary coverts look all brown.