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|Description||American Three-toed Woodpecker Picoides dorsalis, formerly Picoides tridactylus dorsalis, offset reproduction of watercolor|
|Source||Birds of New York (New York State Museum. Memoir 12), Albany: University of the State of New York. Plates by Fuertes later reproduced in Birds of America (1917) by Thomas Gilbert Pearson (1873-1943) et al.|
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