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Right Humerus (Right Upper Arm Bone) of a Hemiprocne mystacea (Moustached Treeswift)

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Species Description
The Moustached Treeswift takes its name from the white stripe of feathers that sweeps back from the bridge of its beak. This tropical species is found in the lowland forests and montanes of Southeast Asia. One of four species of Treeswifts this bird catches insects on the wing and is an acrobatic flyer. Males and females build their nests together and take turns incubating the egg.
Skeletal Elements Available

Sternum (Breast Bone)

Right Humerus (Right Upper Arm Bone)
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