The Tegelen Fauna, With a Description of New Remains of Its Rare Components (Leptobos, Archidiskodon Meridionalis, Macaca, Sus Strozzii)

The Tegelen Fauna, With a Description of New Remains of Its Rare Components (Leptobos,... THE TEGELEN FAUNA, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF NEW REMAINS OF ITS RARE COMPONENTS (LEPTOBOS, ARCHIDISKODON MERIDIONALIS, MACACA, SUS STROZZII) BY A. SCHREUDER. ZOOLOGICAL MUSEUM, UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM The first list of mammals from the Tegelen Clay was published by EUGKNE DuBOIS in 1904 (a, b). It runs as follows: Equus Stenoni.s Cocchi Rhinoceros etrusrus Falc. Hippopotamus amhhibius L. , , Cervus Sedgwickii Falc. (= Cervus dicranius Nesti) Cervus (Axis) rhenanus sp. n. Cervus (Axis) sp. _ Cervus tegulensis sp. n. ' Trogontherium Cuvieri Owen. ' , NEwTON added to these species in 1907 (in REID and REID, 1907), I g08 and 1910: Microtus (Mimomys) pliocacnicus Major Microtus (Mimo7q><s) intermedius Newton Talpa Europaea, and, in 1913, Ursus etruscus Cuvier. Moreover, as the result of his determination of some specimens sent to him by Dr. TESCH, NEWTON mentioned on a label or in a letter: Hyaena crocuta Castor fiber L. A(yogale spec. The Reverend ST. RICHARZ (1921) has recorded: Elephas meridionalis Nesti _ Sus Strozzii Meneghini. It is regrettable that MAYET et ROMAN (1923), in their com- parison of "faunes de Mammiferes d'age Villafranchien-Saint- Prestien", still used DuBOIS' primary list, without taking notice of NEWTON'S and RICHARZ'S important papers. This http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives Néerlandaises de Zoologie (in 1967 continued as Netherlands Journal of Zoology) Brill

The Tegelen Fauna, With a Description of New Remains of Its Rare Components (Leptobos, Archidiskodon Meridionalis, Macaca, Sus Strozzii)

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© 1946 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0365-5164
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1875-3019
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10.1163/187530146X00078
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THE TEGELEN FAUNA, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF NEW REMAINS OF ITS RARE COMPONENTS (LEPTOBOS, ARCHIDISKODON MERIDIONALIS, MACACA, SUS STROZZII) BY A. SCHREUDER. ZOOLOGICAL MUSEUM, UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM The first list of mammals from the Tegelen Clay was published by EUGKNE DuBOIS in 1904 (a, b). It runs as follows: Equus Stenoni.s Cocchi Rhinoceros etrusrus Falc. Hippopotamus amhhibius L. , , Cervus Sedgwickii Falc. (= Cervus dicranius Nesti) Cervus (Axis) rhenanus sp. n. Cervus (Axis) sp. _ Cervus tegulensis sp. n. ' Trogontherium Cuvieri Owen. ' , NEwTON added to these species in 1907 (in REID and REID, 1907), I g08 and 1910: Microtus (Mimomys) pliocacnicus Major Microtus (Mimo7q><s) intermedius Newton Talpa Europaea, and, in 1913, Ursus etruscus Cuvier. Moreover, as the result of his determination of some specimens sent to him by Dr. TESCH, NEWTON mentioned on a label or in a letter: Hyaena crocuta Castor fiber L. A(yogale spec. The Reverend ST. RICHARZ (1921) has recorded: Elephas meridionalis Nesti _ Sus Strozzii Meneghini. It is regrettable that MAYET et ROMAN (1923), in their com- parison of "faunes de Mammiferes d'age Villafranchien-Saint- Prestien", still used DuBOIS' primary list, without taking notice of NEWTON'S and RICHARZ'S important papers. This

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Published: Jan 1, 1946

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