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Blue jewel babbler, Ptilorrhoa caerulescens, AV3401

Physical Description

Large historic display case made of glass and wood, with several birds mounted perching on a tree-like diorama. This specimen is a lowland rail babbler mounted in a natural standing position on the moss-covered base of the case. Head and tail are held up. Both wings are folded against its body. Specimen is facing to the right. Located in the central bottom region of the case.


Maximum dimensions (H x W x D): 1070 x 800 x 320mm

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