I'm working on my second real attempt at waterfowl taxidermy, and got my bird wired up and ready to mount. When I got the skin on the body that I ordered, the skin was way too small and would have had to be stretched to even get close to being able to sew it up. So i went back to my notes and realised that from my measurements the manikin body was way larger in diameter than what I measured off of the real bird. That brings me to my question.. When ordering foam bodies, does the species that its listed for actually matter? I have been buying the Shane Smith manikins from McKenzie's. They're separated out by species so I just ordered a bufflehead body since that's what kind of duck I'm mounting. After I went back online and looked through everything, it looks like the closest thing I can find- size wise- was a green wing teal body.. I dont really see it making much of a difference but I wanted to throw it out there to the more experienced guys. And while on the topic, as long as the body is the correct size does anything else about it really even matter? Some bodies seem super detailed, some not so much. Anybody have any input?