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Limosa fedoa

Marbled Godwit

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Containing group: Limosa

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Scientific Name Limosa fedoa fedoa
Location Piritu Lagoon, Puerto Píritu, Anzoategui State, northeastern Venezuela
Comments According Steven Hilty («Birds of Venezuela», 2nd edition, 2003, pages 292-293) this species would not be reported in Venezuela from 1984. This one would be the second sighting of a Marbled Godwit in our country with public photographic record.
Specimen Condition Live Specimen
Identified By Christian Nunes
Source Aguja moteada [Marbled Godwit] (Limosa fedoa fedoa)
Source Collection Flickr
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