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Common Stonechat (Saxicola torquatus)

Taxidermy case of adult male and adult female Common Stonechat by Edward Hart (male bird missing).

Taxidermy case of adult male and adult female Common Stonechat (male bird missing). According to Edward Hart, writing on 7 April 1927, 'Left (no.1): adult male, summer plumage, June 1887; right (no.2): adult female, summer plumage, June 1887; nest and five eggs. Shot by me at White Pitts, Christchurch. Sexes differ. Summer and winter plumage differ. Mounted by me'.

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