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Common Starling

Taxidermy case containing two adult male, two albino and light variety of Common Starling by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case containing two adult male, two albino and light variety of Common Starling by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case containing two adult male, two albino and light variety of Common Starling. According to Edward Hart, writing on 15 April 1927, 'Bottom left (no 1): adult male, obtained winter 1866; top left (no 2): albino, obtained July 1867; top right (no 3): adult male, obtained May 1887; middle right (no 4): albino, obtained 1873; botton right (no 5): light variety, obtained 1881. Sexes differ, summer and winter plumage the same. Mounted by me'.

Taxidermy case containing two adult male, two albino and light variety of Common Starling. According to Edward Hart, writing on 15 April 1927, 'Bottom left (no 1): adult male, obtained winter 1866; top left (no 2): albino, obtained July 1867; top right (no 3): adult male, obtained May 1887; middle right (no 4): albino, obtained 1873; botton right (no 5): light variety, obtained 1881. Sexes differ, summer and winter plumage the same. Mounted by me'.

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