Illustration of Mauritius red hen (Aphanapteryx bonasia)
|copyright extension||Julian Hume (WAC)|
|Size||5126 x 3458 Pixel|
|description||Illustration of Mauritius red hen (Aphanapteryx bonasia) - extinct 1690, Didosaurus (Leiolopisma mauritiana) - extinct 1600 - basking on Pandanus sp,, sits next to a blue-tailed day gecko (Phelsuma cepediana) (right, on trunk), Mascarene snail (Tropidophora carinata) (bottom left), Mauritius, Indian Ocean, (Wildlife Art Company),|
|special instructions||Only for usage in Germany, Austria and Switzerland|
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