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14. Pisces, Reptilia and Aves Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
In the following list of fishes and reptiles, known to occur as fossils in the Indoaustralian Archipelago, I have chiefly followed Smith Woodward (Bibl. 18) for the taxonomy. The teleosts, however, have been arranged according to Boulenger (The Cambridge Natural History, Vol. VII, 1904), with some slight alterations. I have not strictly followed the rules of zoological nomenclature and f. i. not changed Macrurus into Coryphaenoides. Palaeontologists are more conservative in this respect, and probably they are right.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1931 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/505950
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Bleeker’s collection in the Zoological Museum of Amsterdam Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
It is of importance to know the history of zoological museum collections for it gives information about the trustworthiness of the habitat and the determination of the specimens in the collection. Mrs. Tera van der Feenvan Benthem Jutting, to whom this publication is dedicated, now that she is leaving the museum, has given an excellent account of the mollusc collection, which she had in care for so many years. In this short paper I shall try to give some information about the history of the ichthyological collections and specially of Bleeker’s collection.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1964 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/505037
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Fishes of the eastern part of the Indo-Australian Archipelago with remarks on its zoogeography Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
The collection of fishes, brought together during my voyage in the eastern part of the Indo-Australian Archipelago in 1909—1910, consists of about 1700 specimens belonging to nearly 270 species, of which 9 were apparently new to science. 7 of these I have described previously, viz.: Rhombatractus catherinae in: Zool. Anz. XXXVI. p. 250, while the following gobies have been described in: Zool. Anz. XXXIX. p. 136: Gobius (Cryptocentrus) stigmatophorus, Gobius (Rhinogobius) scapulopunctatus, Schismatogobius bruynisi, Sicyopus multisquamatus, Sicyopterus brevis, Sicyopterus longifilis. Doryrhamphus brevidorsalis and Gobius oyensi are described here for the first time.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504606
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Freshwater fishes from the Leeward Group, Venezuela and eastern Colombia Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
This paper contains the results of the study of the fish-collection, made by P. Wagenaar Hummelinck, on the islands of the Leeward Group and some parts of the adjacent South-American continent, in 1936—’37 and in 1930. The latter have already been studied by Miss M. Sanders (1936) and are only included for completeness’ sake. The material has been presented to the Zoological Museum of Amsterdam.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1940 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/506161
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Hendrik Engel 70 jaar Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
Bij een bezoek van Koningin Wilhelmina aan het Zoölogisch Museum van Amsterdam vroeg H.M. aan de conservator Dr. Engel wat zijn specialiteiten waren en kreeg ten antwoord: “Naaktslakken en Stekelhuidigen”. Volgens Engel had de Koningin moeite ernstig te blijven kijken. Nu mij gevraagd is bij zijn afscheid als hoogleraar en directeur van het Zoölogisch Museum het wetenschappelijk werk van Engel te bespreken, zal ik niet beginnen met te vermelden: de specialist in Nudibranchia en Echinodermen. Zeker, die groepen hebben met succes zijn belangstelling gehad, maar het spreekt van zelf dat iemand die voor zijn candidaatsexamen als bijvakken had gekozen: “erfelijkheidsleer en wijsbegeerte” nog wel wat anders in zijn mars had. En dan komt nog niet eens naar voren:...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1968 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504360
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Jottings on protective colour in animals Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
I have often been puzzled about the remarkable change of colour in the roedeer, a species that I can watch almost daily from my house. In the winter the greyish brown coat can hardly be distinguished against the dull, brownish shrubby wood, at the border of which they come to feed. The only visible part of the animal is the white patch on their hindquarters. It is known that this patch is a guiding mark for the young to follow their mother. Some years ago a roedeer calf followed a boy on a bicycle with a white mudguard even to the boy's house. We may take it that also adults follow the leader by this mark. In the summer, on the contrary, the bright reddish coat makes the roedeer very conspicuous against the bright green background. I know how dangerous it...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.62.
Ano: 1964 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318291
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On a new and interesting Globe-fish from New Guinea Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
MAX WEBER (1908, Nova Guinea, 5 (2): 264) referred 6 specimens of a globe-fish, collected by Dr. KOCH in the mouth of the Merauke River, New Guinea, to Tetrodon staigeri DE CASTELNAU. These specimens are in the Amsterdam Museum which later on received some more and still larger specimens from the same locality. Re-examination of these specimens showed me that they cannot be referred to T. staigeri, which is said to be near T. hispidus, and hence, according to the classification of FRASER-BRUNNER (1943, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. (11) 10: 1), belongs to the family Tetraodontidae, wherefes the Merauke specimens without doubt belong to the Lagocephalidae. It turned out that they belong to a new species,
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1955 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/505125
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On some Indo-Pacific Genera of Labroid fishes, with the description of a new genus and species Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
In 1853 BLEEKER (I, p. 489 and 490) described two species, both from the bay of Batavia, as Julis (Halichoeres) cyanopleura and Julis (Halichoeres) pyrrhogrammatoides. He pointed out that these two species are closely related, the first to Julis poecilopterus SCHL., the second to Julis pyrrhogramma SCHL., both from Japan. Lastnamed species differ from the javanese species, besides by slightly different colourmarkings, by having 14 rays in the dorsal and the anal, against 11 rays in both fins of the javanese species. BLEEKER says that but for the difference in the number of dorsal and anal rays, which is considerable, at least for this genus, he would be temped to consider the javanese species as climatic variations (“klimaatvarieteiten”) of the japanese...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1939 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504382
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Plants in relation to animal distribution Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
It needs an explanation why among the botanical papers published in this volume to honour Mrs. Weber—van Bosse on her 90th birthday a zoological contribution has been inserted. Those who have read the curriculum vitae of this wellknown botanist in the foregoing pages of this volume will not wonder, for they know that she has been keenly interested for more than half a century in the zoological work of her late husband. And so among the chorus of botanists the voice of a zoologist could hardly be missed. For many years I have enjoyed the friendship of both, and I am grateful for this opportunity to show Mrs. Weber my affection and my admiration. When contemplating an adequate theme for this paper it occurred to me that in some way or other it had to dwell...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1942 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/526387
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Short Narrative of the Voyage Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
In the following pages I intend to give some informations about the voyage, which my wife and I made in the Indo-Australian Archipelago from November 1909 till March 1910, as an introduction to the reports of the zoological collections made during that trip, which are published in this periodical. In 1909 the dutch Government granted for the first time a sum for the publication of a work on the Fishes of the Indo-Australian Archipelago by Prof. Max Weber and myself, of which the first volume has since appeared 1). A part of that sum, added to private means, enabled me to visit the Indo-Australian Archipelago in the interest of this work. I am glad of having an opportunity to express here my gratitude to the Minister of the Colonies as well as to the...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504217
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Some remarks on the Anatomy of the Melanotaeniinae Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de.
The freshwater of Australia, New Guinea and some of the neighbouring islands are inhabited by peculiar fishes belonging to the Atherinidae and which are chiefiy distinguished by their compressed elevated form, long second dorsal and anal fins and generally by the presence of strong pungent spines in dorsals, anal and ventrals. The upperjaw is bent and provided with well developed teeth, which more or less extend to its outside. They are generally considered to form a distinct subfamily, the Melanotaeniinae. MAX WEBER (3) was the first to point out their importance from a geographical point of view. He considered them as freshwater-fishes, rarely found in brackish water, for which the sea forms an unpassable barrier. At the time WEBER wrote his paper, the...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1922 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504515
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Vogels van de Oostkust van Sumatra Naturalis
Beaufort, L.F. de; Bussy, L.P. de.
De verzameling van vogels, eieren en nesten, welke aan de beschrijving op de volgende bladzijden ten grondslag ligt, is in de jaren 1912—1915 bijeengebracht in dat gedeelte van het gouvernement Oostkust van Sumatra, waarvan hierachter een schetskaartje met eenige der in den tekst het meest vermelde vindplaatsen gegeven wordt. Het determineeren geschiedde in Nederland door DE BEAUFORT; van zijn hand afkomstig zijn dus, behalve de wetenschappelijke namen, ook de systematische aanteekeningen, die bij een aantal soorten gegeven worden.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1919 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504378
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