Since day one I figured that the two non-crossed pairs represented double letters, or at least maybe two of the same letter, while the crossed ones represented only one of the matching letter. The most likely were one or two LL and maybe one RR, since those were the only double letters in those. But Gallirallus, Gallirallus Australiis and Weka, etc. didn't work.
In the two non-crossed pairs, the way to get those letters into the right position is to push (force under duress?) the letters from one side or the other until the adjacent squares have the same letter in them. The same thing can be done with the crossed ones, pushing the letters and filling in the blanks being created on one end with the letters that are dropping off the other end until the letters match up in the common square.
I've tried various ways to do that, and get many variations where the letters at the crossing points match up. But nothing stands out to me.
Does anyone else see any Australia-related anagrams in this list?
Decode each group of letters separately after doing the "symmetry" part. @\
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