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Description: 153992-004.jpg | Label frontFM Catalog: BirdsCatalog Subset: SpecimenScientific Name: Molothrus bonariensis ripariusType Status: TypePhylum: ChordataClass: AvesOrder: PasseriformesFamily: EmberizidaeGenus: MolothrusSpecies: bonariensisSubspecies: ripariusCollector: J. M. SchunkeGeography: South America, Peru, Ucayali, 160m: Yarina-Cocha, Rio UcayaliDWc Country: PeruDate Collected: 25 Feb 1946Preparations: skin(r)Tissue Available?: NoCo-ordinates Available?: NoSex: FemaleType Status: TypeEMu IRN: 947314OccurenceID: 3ddcd572-5c05-4b9f-9dd5-b39b10287849Measurements:
Measurement taken Value Unit skull negro g Weight negro Fat negro Tissue negro Molt Gonads Stomach Contents Iris Color Upper Mandible Color Lower Mandible Color Tarsus Color Tarsus Color
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