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Notes from the Otago University Museum

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II.—On the Skeleton of Notornis Mantelli1 HITHERTO the rare flightless rail, Notomis Mantelli—the Takahe of the Maoris—has been known only by the two skins now in the British Museum, and by a few fossil bones, found associated with remains of Dinornis, Aptornis, &c.

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  1. Dunedin, New Zeland, November 9, 1881

    • T. JEFFERY PARKER

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