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Mammalia, type specimens

Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren
1 Macroscelidea Macroscelididae
Petrodromus tordayi tumbanus Kershaw, 1923

Rev.Zool.Afr., vol. 11, p. 360

Current name: Petrodromus tetradactylus Peters, 1846

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 84


Type

RMCA 7270 adult female

Prp: stuffed skin in good condition,

skull with M3 out, damaged, no mandible

Rec: Schouteden, 28 February 1921, field number 299

Loc: Bikoro, RDCongo, 0.45 S – 18.17 E
Kershaw mention also 307 (RMCA 6796), it is younger and not full grown. According the register this is a co-type.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘beschreven naar exemplaren die ik zelf inzamelde’


2 Hyracoidea Procaviidae


Dendrohyrax arboreus braueri Hahn, 1933

Zeitschrift fur Saugetierkunde Vol. 8, p. 278

Current name: Dendrohyrax arboreus (Smith, 1827)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 87


Type

RMCA 4888 adult male

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

skeleton, not complete

Rec: Gerard, March 1919

Loc: Elisabethville (Etoile du Congo), RDCongo, 11.4 S – 27.3 E


Hahn mention also 4883 but not as a paratype. 4883 is a juvenile (pd3 out) with a broken skull and a stuffed skin in good condition. It comes from Kambove (10.50 S – 26.39 E) and is collected by Gerard in October 1918.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘beschreven naar materiaal in onze verzameling’


3 Hyracoidea Procaviidae


Dendrohyrax beniensis Brauer, 1917

Sitzb.Ges.Naturf.Freunde, p. 295

Current name: Dendrohyrax dorsalis (Fraser, 1855)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 87


Syntype

RMCA 3140 adult

Prp: stuffed skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, not full grown, in good condition

Rec: Bonnevie, 20 April 1913, field number 59

Loc: Beni-Zambo, RDCongo, 0.40 N – 29.34 E
RMCA 3141 juvenile male

Prp: stuffed skin in good condition

skull with M1 out, M2 not fully erupted, in bad condition

Rec: Bonnevie, 28 December 1912, field number 64

Loc: Kalumendo-Beni, RDCongo, 0.29 N – 29.29 E
Brauer give measurements for the skin 3141 and for the skull 3140. He doesn’t indicate a type.
According the register RMCA 3143 is also a type, but it isn’t mentioned in the description.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘Type in onze verzameling’

4 Hyracoidea Procaviidae
Dendrohyrax brevimaculatus Brauer, 1917

Sitzb.Ges.Naturf.Freunde, p. 296

Current name: Dendrohyrax dorsalis (Fraser, 1855)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 87


Type

RMCA 3136 adult male

Prp: stuffed skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

Rec: Bonnevie, 12 November 1913, field number 142

Loc: Lesse, RDCongo, 0.45 N – 29.48 E
RMCA 3135 is a cotype according the register but it isn’t mentioned in the description.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘Type in ons bezit’


5 Hyracoidea Procaviidae


Dendrohyrax congoensis Brauer, 1917

Sitzb.Ges.Naturf.Freunde, p. 295

Current name: Dendrohyrax dorsalis (Fraser, 1855)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 87


Type

RMCA 3144 adult male

Prp: stuffed skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

Rec: Bonnevie, 15 November 1913, field number 160

Loc: Beni-Cartoushi, RDCongo, 0.29 N – 29.29 E
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘Type in onze verzameling’

6 Hyracoidea Procaviidae
Dendrohyrax rubriventer Brauer, 1917

Sitzb.Ges.Naturf.Freunde, p. 295

Current name: Dendrohyrax dorsalis (Fraser, 1855)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 87


Type

RMCA 3142 adult

Prp: stuffed skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in bad condition

Rec: Bonnevie, 7 February 1913, field number 34

Loc: Beni-Kalumendo, RDCongo, 0.29 N- 29.29 E
Hahn doesn’t list D.rubriventer in 1935.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘Type in ons bezit’


7 Hyracoidea Procaviidae


Procavia ituriensis Brauer, 1917

Sitzb.Ges.Naturf.Freunde, p. 303

Current name: Procavia capensis (Pallas, 1766)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 88


Type

RMCA 918 adult female

Prp: stuffed skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition, no mandible

Rec: Bayer, between 10 and 19 April 1911

Loc: Kwesi-Kilo, Ituri, RDCongo, 1.3 N – 30 E
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘Het Type-exemplaar is in ons bezit’


8 Proboscidea Elephantidae


Elephas africanus fransseni Schouteden, 1914

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 3, p. 396

Current name: Loxodonta cyclotis (Matschie, 1900)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 91


Type

RMCA 2422 juvenile male

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with pd4 in use and M1 not completed, in bad condition

skeleton, not complete, in fair condition

Rec: Franssen, 24 July 1913

Loc: M’Paa, Lake Leopold II, RDCongo, 1.55 S – 18.20 E


Schouteden doesn’t give a number but in the register and on the labels this one is indicated as type. He doesn’t mention a second animal but there is another one from Franssen (same date, same locality), RMCA 3396 with M2 already in use.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘Type-exemplaar van Fransseni

9 Primates Galagidae
Galago senegalensis inustus Schwarz, 1930

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 19, p. 391

Current name: Galago matschiei Lorenz, 1917

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 125


Type

RMCA 10387 adult female

Prp: stuffed skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

Rec: Van Canneyt, received 2 July 1930, field number 56

Loc: Djugu, RDCongo, 1.55 N – 30.32 E
Paratype

RMCA 10386 adult male

Prp: stuffed skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

Rec: Van Canneyt, received 2 July 1930, field number 55

Loc: Djugu, RDCongo, 1.55 N – 30.32 E
According the description 10387 a female with number 55 is the type but in the register and on the labels 10386 is 55, 10387 is 56 and 10388 (57) indicated as co-type but it was not mentioned by Schwarz.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘Type en Paratypen zijn in ons bezit’


10 Primates Galagidae
Galago crassicaudatus lestradei Schouteden, 1953

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 48, p. 113

Current name: Otolemur montieri (Bartlett, 1863)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 127


Syntype

RMCA 19908 adult male

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

skeleton, not complete

Rec: Lestrade, 1 January 1950

Loc: Rwinkavu, alt. 1500 m, Rwanda, 1.58 S – 30.34 E


RMCA 19803 adult

Prp: flat skin in fair condition

skull and skeleton preserved in alcohol

Rec: Lestrade, 1 January 1950

Loc: Rwinkavu, Rwanda
Date for 19908 in register is 1 June 1950, for 19803 January 1950.
Schouteden has described the subspecies in October 1953 based on 19803, 19908 and the information he got from Lestrade about four animals (three adults and a juvenile) collected 21 July 1953.

The skulls and skeletons of three animals arrived 28 December 1953, a female (21921) and two juveniles (21922 and 21923).

Stuffed skins of two adults (23057 and 23059) and a juvenile (23058) arrived on 7 September 1955, in the register the two adults are indicated as paratypes.

Another two stuffed skins got finaly a number the 6th June 1991, an adult (91.043-M-0001) and a juvenile (91.043-M-0002), I have no indication when they arrived.

For the four animals of July 1953 we have now 5 skins (three adults and two juveniles) and three skulls (one adult and two juveniles). So I can’t be sure that any of these animals match the information from Lestrade and I don’t accept them as paratypes.

11 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus ascanius cirrhorhinus Matschie, 1912

Ann.Soc.Roy.Zool. et Malac.Belge, Vol. 47, p. 70

Current name : Cercopithecus ascanius (Audebert, 1799)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 154


Type

RMCA 347 adult male

Prp: mounted specimen in bad condition

Rec: Weyns, received in 1899

Loc: Tshopo, RDCongo, 0.28 N – 25.33 E


According the text the skull was present and he gives measurements but I can’t find it. Schwarz in 1928 said that 247 (C.a.pelorhinus) and 356 are in Berlin, he don’t mention a skull for 347 nor 351.
In the register the locality is ‘district Stanleyville’, and all the other specimens mentioned are from the right bank of the river so the type locality is certainly not lower Lomami, Lonnberg in 1919 mention as type-locality Tshopo.
Are mentioned in the description but not as paratypes,

246 adult female mounted in good condition, no skull,

248 adult male mounted in good condition, no skull,

249 juvenile flat skin in fair condition and a skull (pd4 out),

351 according the register in Berlin, should be mounted and a skull,

356 see Schwarz 1928, should be a skin but no skull,

357 juvenile mounted in good condition, no skull.

So the only skull we have is 249, a juvenile.


Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘de Typen in onze verzameling berusten’

12 Primates Cercopithecidae
Cercopithecus ascanius katangae Lonnberg, 1919

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 7, p. 122

Current name :Cercopithecus ascanius (Audebert, 1799)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 154


Syntype

RMCA 3504 adult male

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition, no mandible

Rec: de Baillet-Latour, 14 March 1915

Loc: Kinda, RDCongo, 9.14 S – 25.04 E
RMCA 3505 adult female

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

Rec: de Baillet-Latour, 16 March 1915

Loc: Kinda, RDCongo, 9.14 S – 25.04 E
Lonnberg say 3504 to 3514. He doesn’t say that 3504 and 3505 are male and female type but in the register these two are indicated as type and the rest + 3516 are co-type. Lonnberg give measurements for two skulls. So I take 3504 and 3505 as syntype.
All are from Kinda and probably collected by Charliers for de Baillet-Latour.

3506 flat skin in poor condition, no skull,

3507 flat skin in good condition, skull (M2 out) in fair condition,

3508 flat skin in good condition, skull (M2 out) in good condition, no mandible,

3509 flat skin in good condition, no skull,

3510 flat skin in poor condition, no skull,

3511 flat skin in good condition, skull (M3 out) broken,

3512 flat skin in good condition, no skull,

3513 flat skin in good condition, skull (M2 out) in good condition,

3514 flat skin in good condition, skull (M2 out) in good condition,


We have a skull for 3509 (M2 out) but it is a Cercopithecus mitis and for 3510 (M1 out) a Colobus angolensis, and a mandible for 3504 (M3 out) a Colobus angolensis.

3516 is also a young C.a.katangae.

Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘Typen in ons museum’

13 Primates Cercopithecidae
Cercopithecus ascanius orientalis Lonnberg, 1919

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 7, p. 125

Current name :Cercopithecus ascanius (Audebert, 1799)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 154


Type

RMCA 2169 female

Prp: flat skin in good condition

Rec: Bayer, 8 June 1913, field number 101

Loc: Campi Simba, Zuwani river, Kenya, 3.22 S – 37.47 E


Lonnberg don’t mention a skull.

There are doubts about the type locality, Bayer has collected in Kivu-Ruwenzori, on Mt Elgon and around the Kilimanjaro.

I have a skull and skeleton for 2169 but that is a Chlorocebus pygerythrus.
In Wilson and Reeder, 2005 and in Primate Taxonomy (Groves, 2001) the author is Lorenz but Einar Lonnberg is correct.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

Wordt niet genoemd


14 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus cephus ngottoensis Colyn, 1999

Mammalia, vol. 63, n° 2, 143

Current name: Cercopithecus cephus (Linnaeus, 1758)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 155


Type

MNHN 1999.180 adult male from Sangara, CAR, 4.04 N - 18.13 E, collected by

Colyn, 17 September 1988, skin, skull, field number R18721


Paratypes

MNHN 1963.277, 1963.295, 1963.296, 1964.1544, 1964.1606 and 1967.991

6 specimens from Boukoko, CAR, 3.54 N – 17.55 E, collected by Pujol



RMCA 1993.091-M-0025

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

Rec: Colyn, August 1993, field number R12116

Loc: Londo, Central African Republic, 3.38 N – 17.06 E

15 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus denti liebrechtsi Dubois and Matschie, 1912

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 1, p. 439

Current name: Cercopithecus denti Thomas, 1907

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 155


Type

RMCA 245 adult male

Prp: mounted specimen in good condition

Rec: Weyns, received July 1899

Loc: Stanley Falls, RDCongo, 0.3 N – 25.12 E


According the description there was a skull but I can’t find it, already in 1942 Schouteden didn’t indicated the presence of a skull.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘waarvan het Type in ons museum berust’

16 Primates Cercopithecidae
Cercopithecus dryas Schwarz, 1932

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 21, p. 251

Current name: Cercopithecus dryas Schwarz, 1932

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 156


Type

RMCA 11350 juvenile male

Prp: flat skin in good condition, was stuffed

skull with M1 out, M2 visible, in good condition

Rec: Guilmot, received 12 September 1931

Loc: Lomela River, RDCongo, 2 S – 23.3 E
Wilson and Reeder, 2005 gives Schwartz as author.
Schouteden was informed by Hendrickx, and according to him the exact locality is Watsi by the Tumbenga river, Tshuapa. I can’t find Watsi but for the Tumbenga river I find 1.15 S – 23.32 E to 2 S – 24 E, this is more or less the Salonga National Park North, see also the next item.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘als Type in onze verzameling wordt bewaard’

17 Primates Cercopithecidae
Cercopithecus salongo Thys van den Audenaerde, 1977

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 91, p. 1001

Current name: Cercopithecus dryas Schwarz, 1932

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 156


Type

RMCA 1977.008-M-0001

Prp: flat skin in good condition

Rec: Kano Takayoshi, 7 February 1977

Loc: Wamba near Djolu, RDCongo, 0.01 N – 22.33 E


Colyn, Gautier-Hion and Thys van den Audenaerde in Folia Primatologica, 1991, 56, 167-170 say that the type of C.salongo is in fact a C.dryas. They use as number 1977.08-M-12 but they did mean 1977.008-M-0001.
In the description an allusion to the Salongo National Park is made, river and park is Salonga, and 200 km to the south.

18 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus insignis Elliott, 1909

Ann.Mag.Nat.Hist., vol. 8, p 274

Current name: Cercopithecus kandti Matschie, 1905

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 156


Type

RMCA 3429

Prp: flat skin in good condition

Rec: Zoo Antwerp, received in July 1914

Loc: Zoo Antwerp


Elliott describes a living animal with ‘affinity for C.moloneyi’. He hasn’t seen the mounted specimen.
There was a skull and a skeleton for RMCA 3429 but that is an Erythrocebus patas (determination: Verheyen 1957). The skull fits the skin of RMCA 3476 a young patas. I have corrected the number for skull and skeleton.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘in ons bezit bevindt zich het Type-exemplaar’


19 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus leucampyx elgonis Lonnberg, 1919

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 7, p. 133

Current name: Cercopithecus mitis Wolf, 1822

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 157


Syntype

RMCA 4152

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

Rec: Bayer, field number 1072

Loc: Mt.Elgon, Kenya, 1.10 N – 34.32 E
RMCA 4153

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M2 out, in good condition

skeleton, not complete

Rec: Bayer, field number 1071

Loc: Mt.Elgon, Kenya, 1.10 N – 34.32 E


According Lonnberg there were 3 adult specimens from Elgon, we have only one adult.

According our register 4152 is the type and 4153 is not indicated as co-type.

If there are two animals in Stockholm, 4153 isn’t a syntype, if there is only one in Stockholm then Lonnberg hasn’t seen three adults.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

Wordt niet genoemd, afkomstig uit Kenya


20 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus mitis heymansi Colyn and Verheyen, 1987

Mammalia, 51 (2), p.274

Current name: Cercopithecus mitis Wolf, 1822

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 157


Type

RMCA 1986.025-M-0004 adult male

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

Rec: Colyn, August 1985, field number z15170

Loc: Yaenero, RDCongo, 0.12 N – 24.47 E
Paratype

RMCA 1986.025-M-0005 adult female

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

Rec: Colyn, July 1985, field number z15040

Loc: Yaenero, RDCongo, 0.12 N – 24.47 E

21 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus leucampyx maesi Lonnberg, 1919

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 7, p. 133

Current name: Cercopithecus mitis Wolf, 1822

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 157


Type

RMCA 2645 juvenile

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M2 out, in fair condition

Rec: Maes, received 26 January 1914, field number 339

Loc: Kutu, RDCongo, 2.44 S – 18.08 E
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘een jong exemplaar dat in ons museum berust’


22 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus brazzae uelensis Lonnberg, 1919

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 7, p. 130

Current name: Cercopithecus neglectus Schlegel, 1876

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 157


Syntype

RMCA 982

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

Rec: Hutereau, received 5 January 1912, field number 24

Loc: Zobia, RDCongo, 2.59 N – 25.55 E
RMCA 1287 male

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, in good condition

skeleton complete

Rec: Hutereau, received 6 February 1913

Loc: Bafuka, RDCongo, 4.20 N – 27.58 E


RMCA 4266 male

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M2 out, in good condition

Rec: Christy, 30 June 1914, field number 1168

Loc: Poko, RDCongo, 3.08 N – 26.58 E
Lonnberg says that two adult animals (982 and 1287) differ from the other Cercopithecus brazzae and gives a description of the skin but says also that it is too early to decide that these two belong to a different geographical race.

In a post-scriptum he mention that a specimen that was received after printing agrees with the two he had seen. Because he doesn’t say that the newly arrived is in fact a juvenile I doubt that he has really seen it. I take all three as syntypes.


Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘Typen berusten in onze verzameling’

23 Primates Cercopithecidae
Cercopithecus mona schwarzi Schouteden, 1944

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 38, p. 196

Current name: Cercopithecus pogonias Bennett, 1833

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 158


Type

RMCA 10648 juvenile male

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M2 out, in good condition

skeleton, not complete

Rec: Vingerhoedt, received in Zoo of Antwerp the 5th November 1930

Loc: Maduda, Mayumbe, RDCongo, 4.55 S – 13.06 E


Schouteden replace the name by Cercopithecus mona schwarzianus, no idea where or when , in the Dutch version (1947) it was still C.m.schwarzi but in the French version ‘Faune du Congo Belge et du Ruanda-Urundi’, 1948 it is corrected.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘van deze vorm bezitten wij een enkel exemplaar’

24 Primates Cercopithecidae
Cercopithecus elegans Dubois and Matschie, 1912

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 1, p. 440

Current name: Cercopithecus wolfi Meyer, 1891

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 158


Type

RMCA 346 adult male

Prp: mounted specimen in good condition

Rec: Weyns, received in 1899

Loc: probably Lomami, RDCongo, 0 – 24 E


RMCA 308 a young female (also mounted) isn’t a paratype, it is only mentioned and it is from Aruwimi or the other side of the stream.

According the text there must be two skulls. But already Schouteden didn’t note ‘skull present’ for either of them.


Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘de twee in ons museum bewaarde Type-exemplaren’


25 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus pyrogaster Lonnberg, 1919

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 91, p. 137

Current name: Cercopithecus wolfi Meyer, 1891

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 158


Type

RMCA 1007 adult female

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, damaged

Rec: Charliers, received 27 January 1912

Loc: Atene, RDCongo, 5.25 S – 19.18 E
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘wij bezitten het Type-exemplaar’


26 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus pygerythrus katangensis Lonnberg, 1919

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 7, p. 141

Current name: Chlorocebus cynosuros (Scopoli, 1786)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 159


Type

RMCA 3493 adult male

Prp: flat skin in good condition

skull with M3 out, damaged

Rec: de Baillet-Latour, 14 February 1914, field number 200

Loc: Funda Biabo, RDCongo, 9.50 S – 25.32 E
RMCA 3494 a juvenile male from Kinda is not indicated as paratype. It is a flat skin in bad condition and the skull isn’t present.
Schouteden – De zoogdieren van Belgisch Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, 1947

‘de Typen zijn in ons museum bewaard’


27 Primates Cercopithecidae


Cercopithecus aethiops lukonzolwae Matschie, 1912

Rev.Zool.Bot.Afr., Vol. 1, p. 438

Current name: Chlorocebus cynosuros (Scopoli, 1786)

Wilson and Reeder, 2005 page 159


Type
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  • MNHN 1999.180
  • RMCA 1977.008-M-0001
  • RMCA 4152
  • RMCA 1986.025-M-0004

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