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Taxidermy case of one adult male, one adult female and two pied varieties of Willow Warbler. According to Edward Hart, writing on 6 April 1927, 'Bottom left (no 1): pied variety, August 29th 1889. Obtained by me in Creedy Garden, Christchurch; top left (no 2): pied variety, April 28th 1899; top right (no 3): adult female, 1889; bottom right (no 4): adult male, 1889. Nos 2, 3, 4 obtained by me in my own garden, Christchurch. Nest and seven eggs. Sexes alike, summer resident only. Mounted by me'.

Taxidermy case of one adult male, one adult female and two pied varieties of Willow Warbler. According to Edward Hart, writing on 6 April 1927, 'Bottom left (no 1): pied variety, August 29th 1889. Obtained by me in Creedy Garden, Christchurch; top left (no 2): pied variety, April 28th 1899; top right (no 3): adult female, 1889; bottom right (no 4): adult male, 1889. Nos 2, 3, 4 obtained by me in my own garden, Christchurch. Nest and seven eggs. Sexes alike, summer resident only. Mounted by me'.

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