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Teeth and mandible painted black. Large cream tusks - left 17.5cm, right 12cms (worn away). Several molars missing.
Accession No
A70.719

Name/Title
Pig mandible - previously painted with gold coloured paint but this has chipped off. One tusk almost circular, has grown into the mandible and is visible from the inside. Other tusk is worn away.
Accession No
A70.717

Name/Title
Pig's mandible - all teeth still present. Two tusks on the left hand side - one on the right. Tusks 5.5cm and 4.5 long. In good condition.
Accession No
A70.715

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Partial skull and mandible. Skull partially missing bones from left hand side. Mandible broken in half. Most of the teeth are present. Found in sandhill at Mangangri(?) Stream, Feb 1929.
Accession No
A70.711

Two bats mounted on perspex in a plastic container.
1/ Short-tailed, long eared bat (Mystacina tuberculata)
2/ Long-tailed, short eared bat (Chalinolobus tuberculata)
Accession No
A70.690

Name/Title
Glaxaias postvectis; Short-jawed Kokopu (trout) preserved in alcohol in a plastic container. Dark brown with lighter markings. Female. Presumably local - no data.
This has now been transfered to a large glass jar with fresh 70% ethanol and a white lid.
Accession No
A70.688

Name/Title
Common name - Maori or Native trout. In formalin in plastic container. Dark brown with silver spots. Ventral side is light brown. Lateral surface slightly scratched, otherwise in good condition. Caught in a whitebait net, see T.H. 19/8/1977.
Accession No
A70.687

Name/Title
Armadillo carapace mounted on a wooden stand. The underside is hollow and coloured a grey-yellow colour. The top surface is a golden brown. Behind the large front armoured segment are nine bands of overlapping scales followed by twenty one rows of smaller scales. The tail is also segmented into bands of scales - the tip of which is missing.
Accession No
A70.677

Name/Title
A stuffed long-tailed, long-eared native bat which is mounted in a black wooden box with a glass front. The box also contains dried plants.
Accession No
A70.641

Name/Title
Bones of a opossum skeleten. Only half the mandible present. The bones included a bad of short leg and rib bones, the top of the skull and half the mandible and two shoulder bones.
Accession No
A70.640

Name/Title
Incomplete fragments of kuri crania - includes some teeth.
Accession No
A70.638

Dried Long Tailed Bat (Chalinolobus tuberculata) mounted on card. In poor condition.Text on card incorrectly identifies specimen as a Short Tailed Bat.
Accession No
A70.604

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Plastic bag containing rat bones from several specimens. Includes four skulls. From upper Mokau River.
Accession No
A70.603

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Parts of a dog skeleton including broken skull and half the lower jaw with teeth. Also several vertebrates, ribs etc. From eroded foreshore between Epiha and Turangi Rds, North Taranaki. Possibly a kuri?
Accession No
A70.602

Name/Title
Two partially broken kuri skulls. Five pieces of lower jaw - one of which has Patarangi written on it. Also eight separate teeth.
Accession No
A70.601

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A taxidermied deer head. The deer is a medium brown colour. It is mounted onto a shield shaped brown wooded board. The antlers are large and branching.
Accession No
A57.627

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A taxidermied Goat head. The goat is black with dirty golden patches. The horns are black. It is mounted on a wooden board.
Accession No
A57.626

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A taxidermied sheep head. The sheep is a dirty white with full wool. It has brown spiral horns.
Accession No
A57.622

Name/Title
A taxidermied deer head. It is a brown deer with large branching antlers attached.
Accession No
A57.618

Name/Title
A taxidermied goat head. The goat is black with black horns. One horn is broken off and is loose next to the head.
Accession No
A57.617

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A Emu egg. It is large and oval shaped. It is a dark grey colour. It has a small hole at either end of the egg.
Accession No
A102.241

Name/Title
A Emu egg. It is large and oval shaped. It is a dark grey colour. It has a small hole at either end of the egg.
Accession No
A102.240

Name/Title
A Emu egg. It is large and oval shaped. It is a dark grey colour. It has a small hole at one end of the egg.
Accession No
A102.239

Name/Title
A Emu egg. It is large and oval shaped. It is a dark grey and brown colour. It has a small hole at one end of the egg.
Accession No
A102.238

Name/Title
A large ostrich egg. The egg is cream coloured. There is a hole at one end of the egg. A piece of string is tied to a bit of wood inside the egg.
Accession No
A102.237
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