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A Australasian harrier (Kahu) (Circus approximans) specimen mounted with a shining cuckoo under its claws. It is positioned with wings and bill open perched on a branch.
Accession No
A96.824

Name/Title
Tui
A Tui (Prosthermadera novaeseelandiae) with spread wings mounted on a branch. The general colour is metallic green with blue/purple highlights on the shoulders, upper tail coverts and lower breast.
Accession No
A70.779

Name/Title
Fully intact Puriri moth with outspread wings. The upper wings are predominantly green with brown patternation. Lower wings are light brown with green edging.
Accession No
PA2004.178

Name/Title
A female North Island Brown Kiwi ( Apteryx australis mantelli )which is mounted on a piece of wood in a standing position with its head slightly turned. The kiwi is stored in a heavy duty grey travelling case, which is labelled with ' FRAGILE ' stickers.
Accession No
A92.969

Name/Title
An oval-shaped silk needlework picture depicting a bird perched on a branch. The silk is mounted on a wooden board.
Accession No
A59.126

Name/Title
A mounted pūkeko specimen. The specimen has been mounted on a black wooden base in a walking pose.
Accession No
TM2003.143

Name/Title
A white ground canary specimen (Serinus canaria) mounted onto a "L"-shaped twig inserted into a small thin piece of wood. One eye missing - otherwise in fairly good condition.
Accession No
A96.402

Name/Title
A spur-winged plover (Vanellus miles novaehollandiae) specimen mounted on a branch.
Accession No
A96.397

Name/Title
A mounted Starling (Sturnus vulgaris vulgaris) specimen. It is mounted on an upright stick inserted into a black painted piece of wood.
Accession No
A96.393

Name/Title
A female New Zealand Falcon (Falco novaeseelandiae). The upper surface is blackish brown and the tail has fine white bars. The fore neck is white and the remainder of the undersurface is streaked brown with spots of white. It is mounted on a branch attached to a black wooden base. One leg is slightly higher than the other.
Accession No
A96.494

Name/Title
Kea
Strongly hooked bill furnished with a cere. Two toes in front and two behind. Head and neck darkish green. Breast and under surface slightly lighter. Underwing coverts and auxillaries are a faded orange colour. Beak slightly slender than that of a kaka. Mounted on a "L"-shaped piece of wood attached to a varnished wooden base. Wings are slightly outstretched and bird is leaning downwards. An old cardboard tag attached to the left legs provides the following information "1939/115 Dominion Museum Nestor notabilis No. 9356 Drew Collection 24" (see image).
Accession No
A96.503

Name/Title
A large brown cave weta with very long antennae and hind legs. The legs are studded with sharp thorns and the body is small in comparison with the legs. The antennae are divided into numerous segments.
Accession No
A96.484

Stomach contents of a male Long-tailed Cuckoo contained in formalin in a glass phial bottle with white plastic screw on lid. Salmon pink coloured label attached to phial reads as follows: "Eudynamis taitensis / Long-tailed cuckoo / Oanui (sic) Urenui / 15/3/67 / J Clark" on one side; and "Stomach contents / 1 green stick Insect / (Clitarchus lacviusculus) / 2 Hemideina megacepala (weta)" on the other.

Contents have been transfered to new jar with 70% ethanol. All information from the pink label copied to waterproof paper
Accession No
A96.539

An alimentary tract of a New Zealand Falcon (Falco novaeseelandiae) held in a small brown glass bottle with a black plastic screw top lid. " alimentary tract Falco / novaeseelandiae / URENUI 26th/6/69 " is written on a pink paper label inside the bottle.
Accession No
A96.547

A banded dotterel egg. The egg is empty has a large hole in one side and small hole at pointed end. Large crack extending from the larger hole.
Accession No
A96.553

Name/Title
A small bird nest which contains grass, moss, feathers, small twigs, leaves and string.
Accession No
A96.597

Name/Title
A small bird nest which contains grass, moss, small twigs and leaves.
Accession No
A96.598

A North Island kōkako (Callaeas cinerea wilsoni) specimen mounted on a piece of wood together with a South Island kōkako.
Accession No
A70.784

Name/Title
A tīeke (South Island Saddleback) (Philesturnus carunculatus carunculatus) specimen mounted on a branch.
Accession No
A70.782

Name/Title
A piopio (South Island Thrush) (Turnagra capensis capensis) specimen mounted on a 'Y' shaped lichen covered branch.
Accession No
A64.988

Name/Title
An Australian Magpie ( Gymnorhina tibicen ) which is mounted on a vertical log base. The specimen is standing with its wings closed, and head inclined to the left.
Accession No
A96.679

Name/Title
A thin, black imitation leather wallet with a double flap. The front flap features a kiwi shape and a fern leaf in gold. At the top the words "In / The Field / France", and at the bottom it reads " Xmas 1917 ". The back flap has a picture of buildings in gold. The front flap has a pocket with large opening in it on the inside, and it appears that one or two pockets may have been cut out.
Accession No
A82.441

Name/Title
A small bird possibly of the Regulus genus. It is one of the crest or kinglet species. No information on the specimen about where it was actually collected. It is a small yellow-green bird. It has a lighter underside than the back.
Accession No
A98.723

Name/Title
Coracina pectoralis: Synonym: Ceblepyris pectoralis. Common name: White-breasted cuckooshrike
A bird specimen. "Ceblepyris pectoralis..." is written on a tag attached to the leg. Possibly originally collected by William Swainson.
The bird is a grey colour. The back of the body and head of the bird is light grey and the flight feathers of the wings and tail is a dark grey/black colour. The underside belly is white.
The bird is preserved with wings closed and legs flat against the body. The beak is triangular and is broader than most birds of similar size.
Accession No
A98.732

Name/Title
Setophaga ruticilla. Common name: American redstart.
It is a small bird. It is predominately black with orange patches around the wings and base of the tail. The belly is white. This specimen is a male.
Accession No
A98.727
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