FMNH 433859

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    Creator: Mary Hennen : Field Museum of Natural History - Zoology
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    Creator: Mary Hennen : Field Museum of Natural History - Zoology
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  • FMNH 433859
    Creator: Mary Hennen : Field Museum of Natural History - Zoology
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
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  • FMNH 433859
    Creator: Mary Hennen : Field Museum of Natural History - Zoology
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
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FM Catalog: Birds
Catalog Subset: Specimen
Scientific Name: Hemispingus superciliaris urubambae
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Order: Passeriformes
Family: Emberizidae
Genus: Hemispingus
Species: superciliaris
Subspecies: urubambae
Collector: B. J. O'Shea
Collection No.: BJO-571
Geography: South America, Peru, Cuzco, Paucartambo, 2850m: La Esperanza, 39 km (road) NE Paucartambo. [LL]
DWc Country: Peru
Date Collected: 1 Nov 2001
Preparations: skin(r),tiss
Tissue Available?: Yes
Co-ordinates Available?: Yes
Latitude, Longitude: -13.1667, -71.6
Sex: Male
EMu IRN: 1708584
OccurenceID: eabe9700-02b7-4871-bcba-4050475dfe6b
Measurements:
Measurement takenValueUnit
skull80%g
Weight14
Fattrace
Tissuey
Moltb
Gonads3x2mm
Stomach Contents brown
Iris Colordark gray-brown
Upper Mandible Colordark gray
Lower Mandible Colormedium gray
Tarsus Color

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