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Type specimens of recent and fossil Testudines and Crocodylia in the collections of the Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis, Leiden, the Netherlands Naturalis
Hoogmoed, M.S.; Gassó Miracle, M.E.; Hoek Ostende, L.W. van den.
We report a total of 57 type specimens (31 primary and 26 secondary) belonging to 27 nominal species of chelonians (23) and crocodilians (4) in the collection of the Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis Leiden, the Netherlands. Fragments of fossil crocodilians have not been included in the specimen count. We provide the original name and publication, type locality, synonyms under which type specimens have been cited in the literature, current name, comments on the type material, its history, and its status and provide information on illustrations.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Testudines; Crocodylia; Types; Leiden Museum; 42.82.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/358748
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Typhlops brongersmai spec. nov. from the coast of Bahia, Brasil (Serpentes, Typhlopidae) Naturalis
Vanzolini, P.E..
It is a pleasure to name the following species after Dr. L. D. Brongersma, both for his valuable contributions to herpetology, and for his unfailing kindness and courtesy in assisting his colleagues from the underdeveloped countries. Typhlops brongersmai spec. nov. (fig. 1) Holotype. — Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de S. Paulo, snake collection, no. 5218, Barra de Itaipe, Ilheus, Bahia, 14 December, 1968, Ε. Ε. Williams and P. Ε. Vanzolini coll. Diagnosis. — Inter-nasal suture incomplete; 20 scale rows at midbody; 216 dorsal scales; dorsal pattern of light brown background with rows of darker spots. Head rounded, without deeply incised sutures; snout thick. Body stocky; rostro-anal length 207 mm; tail 7 mm; diameter at midbody 9 mm, thus nearly 24...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.82.
Ano: 1972 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/317935
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Ueber die Identität von Thecadactylus pollicaris Spix 1825 mit Phyllopezus goyazensis Peters 1877. Von Lorenz Müller (Zoolog. Staatssaammlung, München) und L. D. Brongersma ('s Rijks Museum van Natuurlijke Historie, Leiden) Naturalis
Brongersma, L.D..
Der von SPIX im Jahre 1825 in „Species novae Lacertarum" auf Seite 17 beschriebene und auf Tafel 18 Fig. 2 abgebildete Thecadactylus pollicaris wurde von CUVIER „Règne animal II" Seite 54 in die Synonymie von G(ecko) mabuia (= Hemidactylus mabouia MOR.) versetzt und die meisten späteren Autoren schlossen sich dieser Ansicht an. DUMÉRIL und BIBRON führen in Band III ihrer „Erpétologie générale" S. 362 die Spixsche Art allerdings nur mit einem Fragezeichen in der Synonymie von Hemidactylus mabouia auf und auch GRAY „ Catalogue of Lizards" S. 154 folgt ihrem Beispiel. Aber seitdem PETERS, der die Spixschen EidechsenArten einer Revision unterzog (Monatsber. Akad. Berlin 1877), Thecadactylus pollicaris SPIX in die Synonymie von Hemidactylus tuberculosus RADDI...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.82.
Ano: 1933 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318389
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Unexpected diversity of slow lorises (Nycticebus spp.) within the Javan pet trade: implications for slow loris taxonomy Naturalis
Nekaris, K.A.I.; Jaffe, S..
Since the 1950s, Sundaland (Borneo, Java, Sumatra and their surrounding islands) was thought to be inhabited by a single slow loris species, the greater slow loris Nycticebus coucang. Early taxonomies as well as recent morphological and genetic studies, however, point to at least three species native to this region: N. coucang, N. menagensis, and N. javanicus. In the light of this taxonomy, all Sundaland slow lorises, previously considered Least Threatened, have been listed as Vulnerable or Endangered. Of particular concern is the fact that slow lorises are the most common protected primate species in the rampant Southeast Asian pet trade, resulting in their recent transferral to CITES Appendix I precluding all international commercial trade. Due to lack...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Indonesia; Java; Slow loris; Pet trade; Morphological variability; Taxonomy; Conservation; 42.82; 42.70.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/256131
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Varanus (Reptilia, Sauria) from the Pleistocene of Timor Naturalis
Hooijer, D.A..
The present note deals with two varanid vertebrae from Pleistocene gravel deposits at Raebia in the Atambua area of Indonesian Timor. The specimens were collected in 1966 by Dr. Th. Verhoeven, who gave them to me for study. Other fossil vertebrate remains from the same site belong to a giant land tortoise, Geochelone atlas (Falconer & Cautley) also known from the Pleistocene of India, Java and the Celebes (Hooijer, 1971), and Stegodon timorensis Sartono, a pygmy proboscidean comparable to those of the Pleistocene of the Celebes and Flores (Hooijer, 1972). No further remains of the varanid have been discovered, and the vertebrae may here be placed on record. There are a thoracic vertebra, with the neural spine broken off and the condyle as well as the...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.82.
Ano: 1972 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318277
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Variation in skull size and shape of the Common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis): allometric and non-allometric shape changes Naturalis
Urošević, A.; Ljubisavljević, K.; Ivanović, A..
We analysed patterns of skull size and shape variation among populations of the Common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis) in the Central Balkans, particularly the effecs of insularity and the presence of the ecologically similar lacertid lizard species P. melisellensis. Two components of shape variation were analysed – size dependent (allometric) and size independent shape changes. The observed shape differentiation relating to insularity was greatly size-dependent and concordant to allometric shape changes which explained over 20% of variation in the skull shape in the analysed sample. The explorative analysis of size-independent shape changes revealed that populations of P. muralis which share habitat with P. melisellensis diverge from populations which do...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Cranial skeleton; Insularity; Lacertid lizards; Syntopy; 42.82.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/474211
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Vertebral number is highly evolvable in salamanders and newts (family Salamandridae) and variably associated with climatic parameters Naturalis
Arntzen, J.W.; Beukema, W.; Galis, F.; Ivanović, A..
In vertebrates, the relative proportion of the number of trunk and caudal vertebrae is an important determinant of body shape. While among amphibians frogs and toads show low variation in vertebrae numbers, in salamanders the numbers of trunk and caudal vertebrae vary widely, giving rise to phenotypes in the range from short-bodied and long-tailed to long-bodied and short-tailed. We analysed vertebral numbers in the family Salamandridae in a phylogenetic context and calculated the relationship between vertebral changes and changes in climate and other environmental parameters. A significant association was found between morphological change with precipitation and temperature. However, annual precipitation affected the two main groups of salamandrid...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Ancestral character states; Body shape; Climatic niche; Comparative method; Phylogeny; Vertebral column; 42.82.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/533923
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Zoogeographic and Taxonomic status of the South American snake Tachymenis surinamensis (Colubridae) Naturalis
Myers, C.W..
Introduction Tachymenis is a characteristic genus of colubrid snakes inhabiting extreme western South America, from coastal Peru and Chile east to Bolivia (Walker, 1945; Peters & Orejas-Miranda, 1970). An extralimital species in Brazil, Tachymenis brasiliensis Gomes, was referred to its own genus (Gomesophis) by Hoge & Mertens (1959). One additional outlying species, Tachymenis surinamensis, was described from "Surinam" by Dunn in 1922, and, until now, has seemed a zoogeographic anomaly. In the present paper, we suggest that the type specimens of T. surinamensis bear erroneous locality data, and we refer the name to the synonymy of Philodryas elegans (Tschudi, 1845), a species of the coastal deserts of western South America. For lending specimens...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.82.
Ano: 1974 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318431
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Zoological notes from Port Dickson : I. Amphibians and reptiles Naturalis
Brongersma, L.D..
During the time that I was stationed at Port Dickson (State of Negri Sembilan) on the west coast of the Malay Peninsula, a small zoological collection was made. The specimens were brought to me by the personnel of different units of the Royal Netherlands Forces, while I am also indebted to Major C. Rae, RASC, for some interesting specimens. Nearly all specimens belong to common species. However, this area has not been studied so very extensively and therefore, it seems worth while to place these species on record. Unless otherwise stated the specimens are from the strip of country along the coast road to the south of Port Dickson to about ten miles from the township. Where no unit is mentioned, the specimens have been collected by personnel of my own unit...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.82.
Ano: 1947 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318619
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