Mammals from the Save River, Mozambique, with Descriptions of Two New Bats
During October 1963, 325 specimens of mammals were from the Save River area, Mozambique, mostly near the hunting camp midway between the Indian Ocean and the Southern Rhodesian boundary. teris vinsoni and Scotophilus alvenslebeni are described as new, Triaenops sicus is recorded from southern Africa for the first time, and data are concerning 51 other kinds of mammals, most of which are represented mens.
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