Trodd, P / February 1992 – vol. 85, issue 2, pp 81–82 A single glance at last month's mystery photograph (plate 8, repeated here) should have been sufficient to alert the observer that we are dealing with a species of cormorant or shag Phalacrocorax. This genus is of ancient lineage, combining features such as a long neck and bill, bare facial skin and an elongated body to give a unique, somewhat prehistoric appearance. Globally, the genus contains 30... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.