Scientific results of a fourth expedition to forested areas in east and central Africa.

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Museum of Comparative Zoölogy , Cambridge, Mass
Amphibians -- Af
Other titlesAmphibians.
Statementby Arthur Loveridge.
SeriesBulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology -- v. 91, no. 5
ContributionsHarvard University. Museum of Comparative Zoology.
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LC ClassificationsQL1 .H3 v.91, no.5
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Paginationp. 377-436 :
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— Scientific Results of a Fourth Expedition to Forested Areas in Ea^t and Central Africa II Birds By James Lee Peters and Arthur Loveridge CONTENTS Page Introduction.

Index to Families collected Sj^stema tic discussion INTRODUCTION The collection on which the following report is based, was made by the junior author whil^ investigating the herpetological fauna of cer- tain forested regions in F^ast and Central Africa.

Scientific Results of a Fourth Expedition to Forested Areas in East and Central Africa, I - Mammals [Glover and Loveridge, Arthur Allen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Allen, Glover and Loveridge, Arthur. Scientific results of a fourth expedition to forested areas in east and central Africa.

ReptilesAuthor: Arthur Loveridge. Scientific results of a fourth expedition to forested areas in East and Central Africa. MammalsAuthor: Glover M. Allen and Arthur Loveridge. The lizards of British Somaliland A summary of the Iguanid genus Urosaurus A summary of the iguanid genus Urosaurus Scientific results of a Fourth Expedition to Forested Areas in Eastern Africa.

Loveridge, A. Scientific results of a fourth expedition to forested areas in east and central Africa. Reptiles. Bull. Mus. Comp.

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Zool. Harvard - get paper here; Loveridge, A. Scientific results of a fourth expedition to forested areas in East and Central Africa. Birds. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College The results of the latest Global Forest Resources Assessment of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) indicate that between and total forest area declined by 3%, from M ha to M ha, and the annual rate of net forest Cited by: Loveridge, Arthur () Scientific results of a fourth expedition to forested areas in East and Central Africa, V.

Amphibians. Scientific results of a fourth expedition to forested areas in East and Central Africa. Mammals. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harvard Google Scholar; Ambrose, L. Three acoustic forms of Allen's galagos (Primates; Galagonidae) in the Central Cited by: Africa’s most cryptic small carnivores and previously thought to be endemic to Kenya, was recorded in forests of the Udzungwa Mountains.

All records were highly localized within Matundu forest, at a maximum of km apart. Most of the records (73%) were between andconfirming that the species Cited by: Espesye sa bitin ang Typhlops ning gihulagway ni Bocage Ang Typhlops angolensis sakop sa kahenera nga Typhlops sa kabanay nga Typhlopidae.

Pagka karon wala pay Ginharian: Animalia. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - Travels and discoveries in North and Central Africa: being a journal of an expedition undertaken under the auspices of H.B.M.'s Government, in the years. P. Beauchamp; Scientific results of the Cambridge Expedition to the East African Lakes, —6.

Rotifères et Gastrotriches, Zoological Journal of the LinneaCited by: An Leptotyphlops mbanjensis in uska species han Reptilia nga ginhulagway ni Donald G. Broadley ngan Van Stanley Bartholomew Wallach hadton An Leptotyphlops mbanjensis in nahilalakip ha Ginhadi-an: Animalia.

An Typhlops angolensis in uska species han Typhlopidae nga ginhulagway ni Bocage hadton An Typhlops angolensis in nahilalakip ha genus nga Typhlops, ngan familia nga Typhlopidae. Waray hini Ginhadi-an: Animalia. Laurent, R.F. A re-examination of the snake genus Lycophidion Duméril & Bibron.

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^ Loveridge, A. () Scientific results of a fourth expedition to forested areas in east and central ă: Reptilia. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. ^ Loveridge, A. () Scientific results of a fourth expedition to forested areas in east and central : Djur, Animalia.

Typhlops rondoensis [1] är en ormart som beskrevs av LOVERIDGE Typhlops rondoensis ingår i släktet Typhlops och familjen maskormar. [2] [3] Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.[2]. Scientific Expedition Reports, housed in the University of Otago’s Special Collections, are a veritable mine of information.

From the Arctic to the Antarctic, from Uganda to Patagonia, the earliest of the reports dates from D’Urville’s expedition. "Report of the Expedition for Exploring Central Africa" is an article from Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Volume 6.

View more articles from Journal of the Royal. Significant contributions to the poorly known reptile fauna of northern Mozambique were made during a biodiversity survey of the Niassa Game Reserve (NGR), situated in northern Mozambique, bordering.

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The forest cobra (Naja melanoleuca), also commonly called the black cobra and the black and white-lipped cobra, is a species of venomous snake in the family species is native to Africa, mostly the central Class: Reptilia. Expedition in East-Central Africa, A Report [Carl Wiese, Harry W.

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Scientific Results of a Fourth Expedition to the Forested Areas of East and Central Africa VI: Itinerary and Comments. By Loveridge, Arthur. SKU# Learn More.

$ Scientific Results of an Expedition to Rain Forest Regions in Eastern Africa. Expedition, Scientific an organized form of scientific field research that may include geographical, geological, hydrological, soil, or botanical research.

Although a scientific expedition usually entails travel along a route through an area under study, permanent stations are being increasingly used in long-term expeditions. A scientific expedition.

Elephant Meat Trade in Central Africa Republic of Congo Case Study Stéphanie Latour and Daniel Stiles supporting scientific research, managing field projects all over the world, and bringing governments, NGOs, the UN North-East OKNP area 16 Figure 6.

Location of elephant kills in the OKNP area. The world's second largest rain forest, lies in Central Africa. In fact, much of Central Africa is tropical rain forest. These forests run across seven nations and are the source of much valuable wood such as mahogany, ebony, walnut, and iroko.

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Camping with the Prince and other tales of science in Africa. [Thomas A Bass] -- The author writes about seven scientific expeditions he accompanied over a period of two years, from to The expeditions .