Object: Campbell Island Shag, Leucocarbo campbelli
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|Scientific name||Leucocarbo campbelli|
|Common / Maori name||Campbell Island Shag, Cormorant|
|Country collected||New Zealand|
|Region collected||Campbell Island|
|Precise locality||Perseverance Harbour|
|Collected by||Owens, Philip|
|Date collected||22 Feb 1970|
Campbell Island shag eggs collected by Phil Owens (New Zealand Meteorological Service), Perseverance Harbour, Campbell Island on 22 February 1970. Te Papa also holds another single egg collected from the same location on 4 April 1970.
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