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Left Tarsometatarsus (Left Fused Element Consisting of Ankle and Middle Foot Bones) of the Long-tailed Duck Clangula hyemalis (MCZ 346497)


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Phylogenic Position
Aves - Neognathae - Anseriformes - Anatidae - Clangula - Clangula hyemalis
Species Description
The Oldsquaw, or Long-Tailed Duck, is a seaduck, and the only member of its genus. A migratory bird, it breeds in the tundra pools and marshes of northern Canada, Europe and Russia, but winters along the coasts of North America and Europe – the Baltic Sea is a common wintering location. The Long-Tailed Duck feeds on mollusks, crustaceans and the occasional fish, which it catches by surface diving, sometimes to depths of up to 200 feet. While it does also feed at the surface, the Long-Tailed Duck spends the most time underwater relative to surface time when feeding of any duck.
Specimen Information
Species Clangula hyemalis (Long-tailed Duck)
Element Left Tarsometatarsus (Left Fused Element Consisting of Ankle and Middle Foot Bones)
Specimen Number MCZ 346497
Sex
Location
Geological Age Recent
 
Technical Information
Scanner Konica Minolta Range7
Resolution 100 µm
Number of Data Points 79216
Number of Data Polygons 39608
Date Scanned June 17, 2009
Scan Technician Rachael Martinez
Edited By Michael Dmytriw
 
Photographs


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Other Clangula hyemalis (Long-tailed Duck) Elements
Specimen Element
MCZ 346497 Furcula (Wishbone)
MCZ 346497 Right Humerus (Right Upper Arm Bone)
MCZ 346497 Left Humerus (Left Upper Arm Bone)
MCZ 346497 Sternum (Breast Bone)
MCZ 346497 Right Tarsometatarsus (Right Fused Element Consisting of Ankle and Middle Foot Bones)
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