These “doubleprep” specimens by taxidermy company Gerrard's of London are half-skeletal and half-taxidermy. They were used as educational tools in the early 20th Century.
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Skeletal - taxidermy double preparation of Flying Fox.
Flying Fox (null)
1 item (description level: whole)
- Broad category
- Natural History: Zoology, Mammals
- Additional names, titles, or classifications
current scientific name: Pteropus sp.
current scientific name: Pteropus
catalogue title: Flying Fox
common name: Indian flying fox
common name: Flying Fox
common name: Fruit Bat
common name: flying fox
common name: Fruit bat
- Additional date information
date collected: before 13 December 1924
- Additional preparator information
maker: Gerrard & Sons
- Specimen form
- taxidermy - skeletal mount
- Additional specimen form information
material: Taxidermy mount (overall)
vendor: Gerrard & Sons
Undefined - 1924-12-13
- Record created 2007-08-10
- Record last updated 2019-08-15
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