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Species: Black-tailed Crake   Zapornia bicolor
Author: Niels Poul Dreyer
Wednesday, December 28, 1994
Added to IBC: 4 Dec 2015 - 19:58
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Altitude (m): 
2488 meters


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Niels Poul Dreyer, IBC1137414. Accessible at

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Niels Poul Dreyer, IBC1137414. Sound recording of Black-tailed Crake Zapornia bicolor at Doi Inthanon National Park, Thailand. Accessible at

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