FMNH 92107

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  • FMNH 92107
    Creator: Mary Hennen : Field Museum of Natural History - Birds Collection
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    Creator: Mary Hennen : Field Museum of Natural History - Birds Collection
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    Creator: Mary Hennen : Field Museum of Natural History - Birds Collection
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  • FMNH 92107
    Creator: Mary Hennen : Field Museum of Natural History - Birds Collection
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    Creator: Mary Hennen : Field Museum of Natural History - Birds Collection
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FM Catalog: Birds
Catalog Subset: Specimen
Scientific Name: Scytalopus latebricola caracae
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Order: Passeriformes
Family: Rhinocryptidae
Genus: Scytalopus
Species: latebricola
Subspecies: caracae
Collector: E. R. Blake
Collection No.: 354
Geography: South America, Venezuela, Sucre, 8500ft: Mt Turumiquire
DWc Country: Venezuela
Date Collected: 5 Mar 1932
Preparations: skin(r)
Tissue Available?: No
Co-ordinates Available?: No
Sex: Female
EMu IRN: 883754
OccurenceID: cf6fbdbc-e33c-4a1b-87dd-920615f69273
Measurements:
Measurement takenValueUnit
skullAGg
Weight
Fat
Tissue
Molt
Gonads
Stomach Contents
Iris Color
Upper Mandible Color
Lower Mandible Color
Tarsus Color
Tarsus Color

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