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Common Redshank (Tringa totanus)

Taxidermy case of two adult male, two adult female and eight young Common Redshank by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of two adult male, two adult female and eight young Common Redshank. According to Edward Hart, writing on 30 April 1927, 'Bottom left (no 1): adult female, May 1868, summer plumage; top left (no 2): adult male, May 1868, summer plumage; middle (no 3): adult male, May 1868, summer plumage; (no 4): adult female, May 1868, summer plumage; eight young, 1868. Shot by me at Dudmoor, Christchurch. Sexes alike. Summer and winter plumage differ. Mounted by me'.

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