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Specimens of rare or recently extinct new zealand non passerine birds in the auckland institute and museum

, : Specimens of rare or recently extinct new zealand non passerine birds in the auckland institute and museum. Records of the Auckland Institute & Museum 21(1): 77-82

Auckland Museum holds 162 specimens of rare or recently extinct New Zealand non-passerine birds. These are enumerated for the benefit of intending users of the collection, and all known collecting data are given for their importance as biological records. Present and past systems of numbering specimens of birds at Auckland Museum are reviewed.

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