by Ronald H. PINE Gette nouvelle espfcce Akodon (Akodon) Hanoi, est tres proche parente de A. xanthorhinus mais son cräne ressemble beaucoup ä celui a'Akodon (Abrothrix) lanosus. La valeur des deux sous-genres est discut^e. The collections of the National Museum of Natural History (USNM) contain specimens that represent a species of mouse unknown to science which is named and described below. Akodon (Akodon) Hanoi, new species Holotype. Adult male, skin, skull and skeleton with some portions of skeleton remaining in skin ; USNM 482144 ; from head of Bahia Capitan Ganepa (54°51/S, 64°27/\V), Isla de los Estados (Staten Island), Territorio Nacional de la Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, taken on 2 May 1971 by J. Phillip Angle and David Bridge (field no. 187396). Selected measurements in millimeters are (first four taken in the flesh by the collectors) : total length, 163 ; length of tail, 69 ; hind foot including claw, 24 ; ear from notch, 16 ; greatest length of skull, 25.8 ; condylobasal length, 23.1; basal length, 20.8 ; basilar length, 19.2 ; palatal length, 11.8 ; superior diastema, 6.1; length of incisive foramen, 5.8 ; maxillary alveolar length, 3.8 ; nasal length, 10.1 ; rostral width,
Mammalia - International Journal of the Systematics, Biology and Ecology of Mammals – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1976
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