I feel stupid asking this, but oh well. I bought a bunch of misc. taxidermy supplies and forms. Include was a tanned cape. It is a sheep, white, with hare all the same length on the neck. In the auction was also a corsican shoulder form. So I was thinking this is just a texas dall. I thought texas dalls had long hair on the front of the neck? Can anyone clarify this?
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during colder weather the Tx dall has longer hair on the front of the neck; it is mostly shed for the heat.
It could also have been cut to match the rest of the hair.
A wild Dall is a much larger animal than a mouflon, probably a shoulder form would be at least twice the size.
The hair does not look cut. It is also thick like a winter coat not summer.