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VM Number 9855   No. : 9855
Species: 89 -- Alopochen aegyptiacus
               Egyptian Goose -- Kolgans (Anatidae)
Observer: de Beer Len ; Sonja de Beer, Jonathan de Beer, Daniel de Beer, Jemma de Beer; date: 2014-08-23. Mpumalanga, South Africa. 2531BB
Record status: ACCEPTED. There is 1 photo and 1 comment
Record URL: http://vmus.adu.org.za/?vm=-9855
VM Number 10905   No. : 10905
Species: 89 -- Alopochen aegyptiacus
               Egyptian Goose -- Kolgans (Anatidae)
Observer: Labuschagne AP; Pierre van Jaarsveldt; date: 2014-10-02. Mpumalanga, South Africa. 2531BB
Record status: ACCEPTED. There is 1 photo and 1 comment
Record URL: http://vmus.adu.org.za/?vm=-10905
VM Number 14058   No. : 14058
Species: 89 -- Alopochen aegyptiacus
               Egyptian Goose -- Kolgans (Anatidae)
Observer: John White; date: 2012-06-15. Mpumalanga, South Africa. 2531BB
Record status: ACCEPTED. There is 1 photo and 0 comments
Record URL: http://vmus.adu.org.za/?vm=-14058
Record contributed by: Tracking the Wild
VM Number 26634   No. : 26634
Species: 89 -- Alopochen aegyptiacus
               Egyptian Goose -- Kolgans (Anatidae)
Observer: John White; date: 2012-06-15. Mpumalanga, South Africa. 2531BB
Record status: ACCEPTED. There is 1 photo and 0 comments
Record URL: http://vmus.adu.org.za/?vm=-26634
Record contributed by: Tracking the Wild
VM Number 95244   No. : 95244
Species: 89 -- Alopochen aegyptiacus
               Egyptian Goose -- Kolgans (Anatidae)
Observer: Summersgill C; date: 2019-09-26. Mpumalanga, South Africa. 2531BB
Record status: ACCEPTED. There is 1 photo and 1 comment
Record URL: http://vmus.adu.org.za/?vm=-95244


 
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