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Black Redstart (Phoenicurus ochruros)

Taxidermy case of four adult males, two immature males and one adult female Black Redstart by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of four adult males, two immature males and one adult female Black Redstart. According to Edward Hart, writing on 18 April 1927, 'Top left (no 1): adult male, April 14th 1884, winter plumage; middle left (no 2): adult male, March 29th 1884, winter plumage; bottom left (no 3): immature male, September 13th 1881; middle bottom (no 4): adult male, November 4th 1875, winter plumage; middle top (no.5): adult female, October 22nd 1881, winter plumage; bottom right (no.6): immature male: September 1889; middle right (no 7): adult male, January 22nd 1885, winter plumage. All shot by E. Hart either at Creedy Gardens or Dudmoor, Christchurch. Sexes differ; male: summer and winter plumage differ, female: summer and winter plumage the same. Mounted by me'.

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