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First record of the pygmy white-toothed shrew, Suncus etruscus Savi, 1822 for Vietnam Mammalia Insectivora Soricidae Erstnachweis der Etruskerspitzmaus, Suncus etruscus Savi, 1822, fur Vietnam Mammalia Insectivora Soricidae



First record of the pygmy white-toothed shrew, Suncus etruscus Savi, 1822 for Vietnam Mammalia Insectivora Soricidae Erstnachweis der Etruskerspitzmaus, Suncus etruscus Savi, 1822, fur Vietnam Mammalia Insectivora Soricidae



Faunistische Abhandlungen (Dresden). 30 September; 211: 161-162



By two specimens sampled March 1996 and February 1997 in Cuc Phuong (ca. 100 km S of Hanoi), Suncus etruscus was recorded for the first time for Vietnam.

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