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Campodeides de lile Maurice






Mauritius Institute Bulletin, 5: 103-107

Campodeides de lile Maurice



Accession: 038040109



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Conde, B., 1953: Campodeides de Madagascar et de lile de la Reunion. Memoires de l'Institut Scientifique de MadagascarTananarive (E). ; 4: 617-637

Dupavillon, F., 1954: Le manguier a lIle Maurice

Anonymous, 1949: Les reptiles subfossiles de lIle Maurice

Jeannel, R., 1958: Carabiques endoges de Madagascar et de lile Maurice. Revue Francaise d'Entomologie, 25: 159-170

Hoffstetter Robert, 1949: Les reptiles subfossiles de lile Maurice; I, Les Scincidae. Describes subfossil reptilian remains belonging to the genera Didosaurus and Thyrus from Mauritius island in the Indian Ocean. It is concluded that the genus Didosaurus unquestionably belongs to the Scincidae; however, it is not closely affiliated...

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Chappuis, P.A., 1941: 13 Harpacticoides de lInde 14 Une nouvelle Elaphoidella de lile Maurice. Archives de Zoologie Experimentale et Generale (Notes et Rev ) Paris, 81: 141-150

Piveteau Jean, 1945: Etude sur lAphanapteryx, oiseau eteint de lile Maurice. Describes a skull of the extinct bird Aphanapteryx from Maurice island, near Madagascar, and compares it with other extinct and living Rallidae.