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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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Identifier: waterbirdsofnort02bair
Title: The water birds of North America
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 Ridgway, Robert, 1850-1929
Subjects: Birds Water birds
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
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CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Anas vallisneria, Wils. Am. Orn. VIII. 1814, 103, pi. 7, fig. 3. Fuligula vallisneria, Stephens, Shaws Gen. Zool. XII. ii. 1824, 196. — Sw. & Rich. F. B. A. II. 1831, 451. — Nutt. Man. II. 1834, 430. — Aim. Orn. Biog. IV. 1838, 1, pi. 301 ; Synop. 1839, 285 ; B. Am. VI. 1843, 299, pi. 395. — Coues, Key, 1872, 290 ; Cheek List, 1873, no. 504 ; e.d. 2, 1S82, no. 724 ; B. N. AY. 1874, 575.J nihil,, vallisneria, Boie, Isis, 1826, 9S0. — Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 794; Cat. N. Am. B. 1859, no. 592.AVthyia vallisneria, Scl. & Salv. Xom. Neotr. 1S73. — Ridgw. Nom. N. Am. B. 1881, no. 617.Arislonetta vallisneria, Baiud, B. N. Am. 1858, 793 (in text). Hab. Nearly the whole of North America, breeding from the Northwestern States northwardto Alaska ; south in winter to Guatemala. Sp. Char. Dill long and narrow, the end much depressed, with the nail scarcely decurved,the base high, with the culmen gradually sloping and scarcely concave ; culinen nearly as long as

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AZ. vallisneria. the middle toe (without claw), arid about three times the greatest width of the maxilla. Adultmale : Head and neck chestnut-rufous, the former brownish dusky (sometimes quite blackish)anteriorly and on tup ; jugulum and anterior part of back, lower part of rump, upper tail-coverts,and posterior part id crissum black ; back, scapulars, flanks, sides, and anal region white, finelyand delicately vermiculated with dusky ; breast and abdomen immaculate white. Wing-covertsdeep ash-gray, finely sprinkled with white ; secondaries (speculum) lighter, more bluish gray,the upper leathers edged with black ; tertials like the longer scapulars ; primaries slate-color,the inner quills more cinereous, except at ends, where dusky ; tail dusky. Bill entirely green-ish black; iris carmine-red; feet bluish gray. Adult femah : Head, neck, jugulum, and anteriorpart of back raw-umber brown, a post-ocular space and the foreneck whitish, the chin, throat, andcheeks tinged with fulvous ; wings

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