Discriminant Functions for Sexing Woodhens

We recommend using culmen and tarsal lengths to indicate sex in Woodhens. For dried museum skins a function 1.8 tarsus + culmen = 135,. using measurements in mm, separates females (below) from males (above) the value. However. for live Woodhens, 1.7 tarsus+ culmen = 141 is the function.

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