by D. C. D. HAPPOLD * Huit especes doivent £tre ajoute*es a la liste des Mammiferes du Soudan de Setzer (1956) : R at t us rat t u s frugworus (Rafinesque), Mus musculus gentilis Brants, Gerbillus (Dipodillüs) campestris uenustus (Sundevall), Hgstrix cristata L., Vulpes vulpes niloticus (E. Geoifroy), Ammotragus leruia blainei (W. Rothschild), Sylvicapra grimmia 'abgssinica (Thomas), et Herpestes ichneumon (L.)· L'auteur donne de nouvelles indications sur la repartition de Praomys fumatus Peters, Meriones libgcus patlidus Bonhote et Sgncerns caffer aequinoctialis (Blyth). Enfin, il reproduit une liste de quinze especes dOngules etabiie par Mackenzie (1954) qui ne sont pas signalees dans l*ouvrage de Setzer (1956). In 1956, Setzer published his ' Mammals of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan*. Although it is very useful publication, it is mainly taxonomic and is not intended as a field guide. During three years of study in the northern Sudan, it was realised that several species had been omitted from the publication, and also that the ranges of several species were slightly different from those given by Setzer. The present paper records the species omitted by Setzer, and gives details of the enlarged ranges of certain other species. A gazetteer is included. It is
Mammalia - International Journal of the Systematics, Biology and Ecology of Mammals – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1967
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