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          A dataset containing 126 species occurrences available in GBIF matching the query: TaxonKey: Agelastes meleagrides Bonaparte, 1850. The dataset includes 126 records from 14 constituent datasets: 1 records from Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University. 3 records from Rapid Assessment Program (RAP) Biodiversity Survey Database. 93 records from EOD - eBird Observation Dataset. 1 records from naturgucker. 8 records from Natural History Museum (London) Collection Specimens. 1 records from RBINS DaRWIN. 1 records from NMNH Extant Specimen Records. 1 records from ORN. 8 records from Naturalis Biodiversity Center (NL) - Aves. 1 records from Collection Aves (bird skeletons) SMF. 1 records from Collection Aves (bird skins) SMF. 5 records from AMNH Bird Collection. 1 records from Animal Sound Archive. 1 records from The birds collection (ZO) of the Muséum national d'Histoire Naturelle (MNHN - Paris). Data from some individual datasets included in this download may be licensed under less restrictive terms.

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          The Global Biodiversity Information Facility
          2017
          28 November 2017
          26 June 2019
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          10.15468/DL.JDKOWF
          abda2508-8aa4-480d-8c9c-8adb78180781

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          GBIF, biodiversity, species occurrences

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