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Comparative display for two New Zealand crake species

Auckland War Memorial Museum, 2013

Comparative display for two New Zealand crake species
Chlidonias, 6 Apr 2020
    • Chlidonias
      The bird on the left is a Marsh Crake Porzana pusilla affinis (called Baillon's Crake elsewhere in the world); and on the right is a Spotless Crake Porzana tabuensis tabuensis. Both are widespread in New Zealand but secretive in nature so relatively rarely seen.
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