Catalogue of Reptiles in the Museum of the Asiatic Society of Bengal

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Printed at the Baptist Mission Press, 1868 - Reptiles - 80 pages

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Page 80 - WF] will be liberally responded to by local naturalists and collectors, without which aid the subject must long remain in its present unsatisfactory state. Each contributor should not. send merely the most conspicuous frogs from his neighbourhood, but all the species and...
Page 58 - A large pair of chin-shields in contact with 5 labials and followed by a small pair. Colour yellowish olive brown. An obsolete band of spots...
Page 36 - Color dark brown, often ruddy vinous, with a conspicuous white band from the nostrils to behind the shoulder ; and sometimes to the base of the tail. Sometimes only a few dead white spots on.
Page 63 - Color uniform ochraceous, with obsolete traces of vertical bands down the body. Two converging dark lines on the nape, and traces of a white collar in one specimen.
Page 30 - Olive brown with some scattered velvet black spots. Beneath white minutely brown dotted.
Page 49 - ... labials ; seventh labial largest, more than twice as broad as the temporal ; two pairs of chin-shields, the hinder rather larger than the other, first in contact with four labials ; lower labials seven, fifth largest.
Page 80 - Esq., in his catalogue of Reptiles in the Museum of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, makes the following very appropriate remarks, which are equally applicable to all the Indian and Ceylon Batrachians, and the Geckotidae.
Page 76 - Pale brown with a vertebral row of large, square, dark brown blotches. Along the sides a row of small, dark spots.
Page 52 - Colour reddish grey, with four rows of elongate, rhomboidal, intensely black spots each enclosing a pale ocellus. These spots...
Page 58 - Rostral large, running well back on the top of the head and encroaching between the anterior frontals.

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