Bulletin - United States National Museum

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Smithsonian Institution Press, 1918 - Science
 

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Contents

Cercoctenus sultan aultan Thomas
29
Nasilio brachyrhynchus delamerei Thomas
31
Elephantulus rufeacens rufescens Peters
33
Elephantulus rufescens dimdasi Dollman
36
Family Soricidae
37
Sylvisorex gemmeus Heller
39
Sylvisorex mundus Osgood 80
41
Crocidura nyansse nyansse Neumann
43
Crocidura daphnia Hollister
46
Crocidura parvipes parvipes Osgood
47
Crocidura percivali Dollman
50
Crocidura suahelae Heller
51
Crocidura turba nilotica Heller
54
Crocidura fumosa fumosa Thomas
55
Crocidura fuinoaa schistacea Osgood
60
Crocidura hildegardeee hildegardeee Thomas
64
Family SoricidwContinued Pag 39 Crocidura hildegardeae alt Heller
65
Crocidura bicolor planiceps Heller
67
Crocidura allex alpina Heller
68
Crocidura littoralis Heller
70
Eidolon helvum Kerr
71
RhJnopoma cystops Thomas
72
Taphozous mauritianus Geoffroy
73
Petalia hispida Schreber
74
Family Mcgarlermida
76
Lavia frmis rex Miller
77
Lavia Irons alfinis Andersen and Wroughton
80
Cardioderma cor Peters
81
Rhinolophus hildebraudlii Peters
84
Kainily llippasideridw
85
Hippoaderos commersomi maruugeusis Noack
88
Myolis hildegiirdere Thomas 69
89
PipistrelliiB helios Holler
90
Eptesicus phasma Allen
92
Nycticeius africanua Allen
93
Scotcecus hindei Thomas
94
MMopterus natalensis arenarius Heller
95
Chserephon pumilus naivaahte Hollister
98
Nyctinomus regyptiacus Geoffrey
100
Order Carnivore
101
Thoa adustus notatus Heller
102
Thos mesomelas elgonse Heller
103
Lycaon pictua lupinus Thomas
109
Otocyon canescens Cabrera
111
Family Mustelidse
112
Mellivora sagulata Hollister
114
Aonyx capensis hindei Thomas
115
Family Vivemdic
116
Genet ta dongalana neumanni Matechie
117
Genetta bettoni Thomas
118
Genetta stuhlmanni erlangeri Matechie
119
Genetta pumila Hollister
120
Mungoa dentifer Heller
124
Mungoa sanguineus ibese Wroughton
125
Mungoa sanguineus rendilis Lonnberg
126
Atilax paludinosua rubeacens Hollister
127
Ichneumia albicauda ibcana Thomas
130
Ichneumia albicauda dialeucoa Hollister
131
Helogale undulata affinis Hollister
132
Family ViverridseContinued Page 129 Helogale hirtula ahiselli Ldnnberg
134
Bdeogale jackaoni Thomas
135
Croesarchus fasciatus colonus Heller
136
Family Protelidse
138
Family Hysenidse
139
Hysena dubia Schinz
140
Crocuta crocuta germinans Matschie
147
Crocuta crocuta fisi Heller
149
Family Felidse
150
Acinonyx jubatus raineyi Heller
157
Acinonyx jubatus velox Heller
158
Acinonyx jubatus Boemmeringii Fitzinger
161
Felis leo nyanzse Heller
163
Felis leo somaliensis Noack
172
Felis leo roosevelti Heller
173
Felis pardus pardus Linnseus
179
Felis fortis Heller
185
Erinaceus sotikse Heller Erinaceut albiventris hindei
186
Felis ocreata nandfe Heller
188
Lynx caracal nubicus Fischer
190
Explanation of plates
191
Surdisorexpolulus Hollister
192
Index 187
303
Order RodentiaContinued Family MuridseContinued Page
vi
Rattus fumatus fumatus Peters 82
82
Rattus fumatus subfuscus Osgood 83
83
Rattus tana True 86
86
Rattus coucha ismailiee Heller 87
87
Rattus coucha ugandre de Winton 88
88
Rattus coucha tinctus Hollister 89
89
Rattus coucha hildebrandtii Peters 94
94
Rattus coucha durumie Heller 95
95
Mus triton murilla Thomas 96
96
Mus bellus enclavie Heller 97
97
Mus bellus petilus Hollister 102
102
Mus gratus soricoides Heller 103
103
Cricetomys gambianus raineyi Heller 104
104
Cricetomys gambianus osgoodi Heller 106
106
Lophuromys aquilus margaretteB Heller Ill 120 Lophuromys ansorgei ansorgei de Winton Ill 121 Lophuromys ansorgei pyrrhus Heller 112
112
Saccostomus mearnsi Heller 114
114
Acomys witherbyi de Winton 116
116
Acomys ignitus montanus Heller 117
117
Acomys percivali Dollman 118
118
Dasymys helukus helukus Heller 122
122
Dasymys helukus nigridius Hollister 123
123
Order Lagomorpha 164
170
Galago lasiotis panganiensis Matschie 13
13
Galago albipes Dollman 16
16
Galago cocos Heller 17
17
Papio vigilis Heller 18
18
Papio lestes Heller 19
19
Papio tessellatus Elliot 21
21
Cercocebus albigena Uganda Matschie 22
22
Erythrocebus whitei Hollister 24
24
Lasiopyga ascanius schmidti Matschie 26
26
Lasiopyga ascanius kimosse Heller 27
27
Lasiopyga leucampyx carruthersi Pocock 28
28
Lasiopyga leucampyx mause Heller 29
29
Lasiopyga pygerythra contigua Hollister 30
30
Lasiopyga pygerythra callida Hollister 31
31
Lasiopyga pygerythra arenaria Heller 32
32
Lasiopyga albogularis kima Heller 36
36
Family Oolobidaa 37
37
Colobus abyssinicus abyssinicus Oken 38
38
Colobus caudatus kikuyuensis Lonnberg 39
39
Colobus caudatus percivali Heller 40
40
Colobus occidentalis terreetris Heller 44
44
Colobus occidentalis matschiei Neumann 45
45
Pan schubotzi Matschie 46
46
Order Artiodactyla 47
47
Koiropotamus koiropotamus dsemonis Major 48
48
Koiropotamus koiropotamus kenise Lonnberg 49
49
Hylochoerus meinertzhageni Thomas 50
50
Phacochoerus africanus seliani Cretzschmar 51
51
Phacochoerus af ricanus bufo Heller 54
54
Family Hippopotamidae 55
55
Hippopotamus amphibius kiboko Heller 56
56
Family Giraffidse 57
57
Giraffa camelopardalis reticulata de Winton 58
58
Giraffa camelopardalis tippelskirchi Matschie t60 Family Bovidse 60
60
Syncerus caffer radcliffei Thomas 61
61
Syncerus caffer sequinoctialis Blyth 63
63
Ovis aries Linnseus 64
64
Alcelaphus cokii cokii Gunther 65
65
Alcelaphus cokii sabakiensis Zukowaky 66
66
Alcelaphus cokii tanae Zukowsky 67
67
Alcelaphus cokii nakurse Heller 68
68
Alcelaphus lelwel roosevelti Heller 69
69
Alcelaphus lelwel kenise Heller 70
70
Damaliscus jimela Matschie 74
74
Connochsetes albojubatua albojubatus Thomas 77
77
Cephalophus spadix True 79
79
Cephalophus harveyi Thomas 80
80
Sylvicapra grimmia deserti Heller 82
82
Sylvicapra grimmia hindei Wroughton 83
83
Sylvicapra grimmia roosevelti Heller 86
86
Oreotragus oreotragus aureus Heller 87
87
Ourebia montana montana Cretzschmar 89
89
Ourebia montana cottoni Thomas and Wroughton 92
92
Order ArtiodactylaContinued Family BovidseContinued Page 89 Ourebia haggardi Thomas 93
93
Raphicerua campestris neumanni Matachie 94
94
Nesotragus deserticola Heller 95
95
Rhynchotragus guentheri wroughtoni DrakeBrockman 96
96
Rhynchotragus kirkii minor Lonnberg 97
97
Rhynchotragus kirkii hindei Thomas 100
100
Redunca bohor cottoni Rothschild 101
101
Redunca bohor wardi Thomas 102
102
Redunca bohor tohi Heller 103
103
Kobus ellipsiprymnus kuru Heller 104
104
Kobus ellipsiprymnus thikse Matschie 105
105
Kobus defassa harnieri Murie 106
106
Kobus defassa Ugandae Neumann 107
107
Kobus defassa raineyi Heller 108
108
Onotragus megaceros Fitzinger 109
109
Adenota kob leucotis Peters 110
110
Adenota kob alunc Heller Ill 115 Adenota kob thomasi Sclater
111
Aepyceros melampus suara Matschie 112
112
Gazella littoralis littoralis Blaine 114
114
Gazella spekei Blyth 115
115
Gazella thomsonii bergeri KnottnerusMeyer 117
117
Gazella thomsonii ruwanse KnottnerusMeyer 118
118
Gazella scemmerringii berberana Matschie 120
120
Gazella granti robertsi Thomas 121
121
Gazella granti raineyi Heller 122
122
Litocraniua walleri walleri Brooke 123
123
Oryx beisa beisa Ruppell 124
124
Oryx beisa callotis Thomas 125
125
Egocerus equinus bakeri Heuglin 126
126
Tragelaphus scriptus bor Heuglin
127
Tragelaphus scriptus olivaceus Heller 128
128
Tragelaphus scriptus sassse Matschie 129
129
Strepsiceros imberbis australis Heller 130
130
Boocercus isaaci Thomas 131
131
Taurotragus oryx pattersonianus Lydekker 132
132
Order Perissodactyla 133
133
Equus quagga bohmi Matschie 134
134
Equus quagga cuninghamei Heller 135
135
Diceros bicornis somaliensis Potocki 136
136
Ceratotherium cottoni Lydekker 137
137
Loxodonta africana peeli Lydekker 138
138
Loxodonta africana oxyotis Matschie 139
139
Procavia mackinderi mackinderi Thomas 140
140
Procavia jacksoni dsemon Thomas a 141
141
Heterohyrax pumila rudolfi Thomas 142
142
Heterohyrax brucei borana LSnnberg 143
143
Dendrohyrax validus True 145
145
Dendrohyrax crawshayi laikipia Dollman 146
146
Explanation of plates 147
147
Colobus occidentalis roosevelti Heller 46
152
Index 153
153

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Page 5 - Bulletins, the first of which was issued in 1875, consist of a series of separate publications comprising monographs of large zoological groups and other general systematic treatises (occasionally in several volumes), faunal works, reports of expeditions, catalogues of type-specimens, special collections, and other material of similar nature.
Page 5 - Bulletins, the first of which was. issued in 1875, consist of a series of separate publications comprising chiefly monographs of large zoological groups and other general systematic treatises (occasionally in several volumes), faunal works, reports of expeditions, and catalogues of type-specimens, special collections, etc. The majority of the volumes are octavos, but a quarto size has been adopted in a few instances in which large plates were regarded as indispensable. Since 1902 a series of octavo...
Page 18 - Bahr-el-Ghazel and Bar-el-Zeraf. We owe our warmest thanks for the generous courtesy shown us and the aid freely given us not only by the Sirdar, but by all the British officials in East Africa, Uganda and the Sudan and by the Belgian officials in the Lado, and this, of course, means we are also indebted to the home governments of England and Belgium.
Page 5 - Among the receipts of the early part of the year were the last two shipments made by the Smithsonian African Expedition, under the direction of Col. Theodore Roosevelt, including most of the mammals from Uganda, and about 425 small mammals obtained in Java by Mr.
Page 5 - ADVERTISEMENT. The scientific publications of the United States National Museum consist of two series, the Proceedings and the Bulletins. The Proceedings, the first volume of which was issued in 1878, are intended primarily as a medium for the publication of original, and usually brief, papers based on the collections of the National Museum, presenting...
Page 47 - ... caught in the thick reeds and rank grass bordering the lake. One was taken at Nyeri and another on Mount Kenia at an altitude of 10,700 feet. They seemed to be as much diurnal as nocturnal and were captured in traps baited with rolled oats, dried apple, and raw meat. They inhabited the dense parts of the thickets where the foliage had to be parted and a clearing made for the traps. These localities were the home of a large rat, and many of the rats captured were decapitated or partly eaten by...
Page 18 - We owe our warmest thanks for the generous courtesy shown us and the aid freely given us, not only by the Sirdar, but by all the British officials in East Africa, Uganda, and the Sudan, and by the Belgian officials in the Lado; and this, of course, means that we are also indebted to the home governments of Egypt and Belgium. On the trip Mr. Heller has prepared 1,020 specimens of mammals, the majority of large sizes; Mr. Loring has prepared 3,163, and Doctor Mearns, 714, a total of 4,897 mammals....
Page 18 - I again crossed into the Lado. spending eight or ten days in the neighborhood of Rejaf. In Gondokoro we were met by the steamer which the Sirdar, with great courtesy, had put at our disposal. On the way to Khartoum we made collections in Lake No, and on the Bahr-elGhazal and Barel-Zeraf.
Page 18 - Cuninghame collected fishes in the White Nile. This makes in all of vertebrates: Mammals, 4,897; birds, about 4,000; reptiles and batrachians, about 2,000; fishes, about 500; total 11,397. The invertebrates were collected carefully by Doctor Mearns, with some assistance from Messrs.
Page 18 - Meams and Loring made a thorough biological survey of Mount Kenia, while the rest of the party skirted its western base, went to and up the Guaso Nyero and later visited the Uasin Gishu region and both sides of the Rift Valley.

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