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These have their wings divided into two or more feathers. When at rest you only seem to see one very narrow pair of wings. This picture I took by flash, while one was flapping its wings, shows the wings spread and shows the two components of both fore and hind wings: http://davesgarden.com/guides/bf/showimage/13650/