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In the 1500s sugar was only available to very rich people. Sugar cane was grown in Mediterranean countries and the islands off West Africa, where enslaved Africans were used as...

Blue Dacnis

The blue dacnis is widespread across northern South America. This is female specimen is said to have once belonged to Ipplepen taxidermist Charles Garside (1881–1981) but no further data are...

Ruby-topaz Hummingbird

This beautiful hummingbird was one of the first hummingbirds to be described by western science. It occurs widely in the forest of northern and eastern South America. This specimen is...

Many-spotted Hummingbird

This large hummingbird specimen is said to have once belonged to Ipplepen taxidermist Charles Garside (1881–1981). It is a widespread species from the Andes of South America. No further information...

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This turquoise tanager from South America is said to have once belonged to Ipplepen taxidermist Charles Garside (1881–1981). No further data are currently available....

Bay-headed Tanager

This bay-headed tanager skin from South America is said to have once belonged to Ipplepen taxidermist Charles Garside (1881–1981). No other data are currently available....

Striped Cuckoo

This striped cuckoo from South America is said to have once belonged to Ipplepen taxidermist Charles Garside (1881–1981). No further data are currently available for this specimen....

Rufous-tailed Jacamar

The Jacamar family (Galbulidae) is endemic to South and Central America. This female rufous-tailed jacamar skin is said to have once belonged to Ipplepen taxidermist Charles Garside (1881–1981). No further...

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