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A new species of the Rodent Baiomys from Aruba and Curaçao Naturalis
Husson, A.M..
In his paper on the mammals of the islands of Aruba, Curaçao, and Bonaire (situated off the north coast of Venezuela), WAGENAAR HUMMELINCK (1940 a, p. 69) mentioned a juvenile specimen of a cricetine rodent which was identified by Mr. M. A. C. HINTON and Mr. R. W. HAYMAN as probably belonging to the genus Hesperomys. In his zoogeographical remarks on the mammalian fauna of the islands, WAGENAAR HUMMELINCK (1940 b, p. 111) noted: “It is doubtful what significance may be attached to the occurrence of the small Cricetine Hesperomys? (launcha aff.) on Aruba, since this genus is southern in range, none being found in northern South America”. This statement is, indeed, in accordance with the statement by ELLERMAN (1941, p. 446), who mentioned that Hesperomys...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1960 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/506156
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Het determineren van schedelresten van zoogdieren in braakballen van uilen Naturalis
Husson, A.M..
INHOUD Inleiding.................... 3 Het analyseren van braakballen.............. 7 Het instrumentarium................. 11 Het opmeten van de zoogdierschedel............. 13 Tabellen voor het determineren van de schedelresten........ 24 a. Tabel voor het onderscheiden van bovenkaken......... 25 b. Tabel voor het onderscheiden van onderkaken......... 30 Systematisch overzicht van de in braakballen aangetroffen zoogdieren .... 36 Samenvatting in het Engels (Summary)............ 55 Tabellen van schedelmaten................ 57-58 Geciteerde literatuur................. 59 Register op de zoogdiernamen.............. 62 INLEIDING Het is ruim dertig jaar geleden dat Schreuder (1931, pp. 179-182) in het tijdschrift „De Levende Natuur" haar „Tabel tot het bepalen...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1962 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/317271
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IV. Dacryodes in New Guinea Naturalis
Husson, A.M.; Lam, H.J..
Thusfar the genus Dacryodes, as far as the Australasian area is concerned, was only known to occur in Western Malaysia (including the Philippines), with a centre in the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra and Borneo. Only one, out of 13, species is extending towards Cochin China in the West and the Philippines and N. Celebes in the East and another is known from the Malay Peninsula, British N. Borneo and the Philippines (cf. the senior writer’s paper in Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg, sér. III, Vol. XII, 1932, 334—366). Thus, Dacryodes was so far considered one of the many exclusively or preponderantly west-malaysian genera which do not or hardly cross Wallace’s line.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1952 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/524482
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Jonkheer Drs. Willem Cornelis van Heurn (1887-1972) Naturalis
Holthuis, L.B.; Husson, A.M..
INHOUD Ι. Inleiding .................. 3 2. Nederland (1887-1911)............... 4 3. Verzameltocht naar Suriname (12 mei-10 november 1911)..... 6 4. Nederland (1911-1912)............... 11 5. Reis naar Simaloer en West-Sumatra (1912-1914)........ 12 6. Nederland (1914-1918)............... 17 7. West-Java (1919-1922)............... 18 8. Nieuw-Guinea Expeditie (1920-1921)........... 20 9. Nederland (1922-1924)............... 32 10. West-Java (1924-1933) ; Kleine Soenda-Eilanden (1930)...... 33 11. Oost-Java (1933-1939)............... 35 12. Nederland (1939-1972)............... 38 13. Zoölogische taxa naar W. C. van Heurn genoemd........ 40 14. Bibliographie van W. C. van Heurn............ 42 15. Summary.................. 50 16. Literatuur.....................
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.01.
Ano: 1973 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/317253
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Kleurverscheidenheden van de mol, Talpa Europaea L., in Nederland waargenomen Naturalis
Husson, A.M.; Heurn, W.C. van.
In 1734 verscheen te Amsterdam het eerste deel van het klassiek geworden werk van Albertus Seba : Locupletissimi rerum naturalium Thesauri accurata descriptio, et iconibus artificiosissimis expressio, per universam physices historiam. In dit werk, vaak aangeduid alleen met de naam „Thesaurus", geeft Seba naast voor die tijd goede beschrijvingen prachtige gekleurde afbeeldingen van de behandelde voorwerpen. Tot de „rijkste schatten" van het dierenrijk rekent Seba ook twee kleurafwijkingen van de mol, Talpa europaea L., waarvan de eerste op pagina 51 wordt vermeld als: Talpa, alba, nostras [de witte mol van ons Vaderland]. De op plaat xxxii fig. 1 gegeven afbeelding van deze kleurvariant toont echter een mol met een licht roomkleurige tint. Uit de omgeving...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1959 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/317264
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Notes on the cotypes of Vespertilio harpia Temminck, 1840 (Mammalia, Chiroptera, Genus Harpiocephalus) Naturalis
Husson, A.M..
In a revision of vespertilionid bats the late Dr. G. H. H. Tate (1941, pp. 581-582) after examination of the skull of cotype "a" of Vespertilio Ivarpia in the collection of the Leiden Museum, originally described by Temminck (1840, pp. 219-220, pi. 55 figs. 5-6), arrived at the following conclusion: "It becomes clear, upon later study of photograph and notes, that the skull was that of Myotis sp., and not a Harpiocephalus at all.... In view of the undoubted error in the skull it would be well for the authorities at Leyden to decide whether the specimen in question is actually the type of Temminck's harpia or not." Though, as a rule, rectification of an erroneous interchange of skulls and skins in an old collection is difficult to ascertain, the present...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1955 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/319415
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Notes on the genus Pseudocheirus Ogilby (Mammalia, Marsupialia) from New Guinea Naturalis
Husson, A.M..
The present study is mainly based on material collected during the 19391940 Dutch New Guinea Expedition of the "Koninklijk Nederlandsch Aardrijkskundig Genootschap" (the Royal Netherlands Geographic Society) to the region of the Wissel Lakes in central West New Guinea. Professor Dr. H. Boschma, who was the zoologist of the expedition, then obtained 753 specimens of mammals. These specimens were mainly brought together by the natives of the region, who belong to the Kepaukoe tribe. In the period from 25 September to 20 November 1939 213 marsupials, 70 bats, 465 rodents, 2 New Guinea dogs and 3 skulls of the domestic New Guinea pig were collected in the neighbourhood of Enarotali and the Araboe bivouac. Enarotali, on Paniai Lake at 3º 55' 40" S I36° 22' 6"...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1964 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318921
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Notes on the Primates of Suriname Naturalis
Husson, A.M..
The zoological collections made by the 1948—1949 Surinam Expedition contain about 200 mammals, brought together by the zoologists Dr. D. C. GEIJSKES and Mr. P. H. CREUTZBERG. Though the collection consists mainly of species which had already been reported from Dutch Guiana, it is of considerable value, in the first place on account of the detailed data concerning the localities, biotopes, and biology, and secondly because not only the skins and skulls of the collected specimens have been preserved but as a rule also their complete skeletons. The present paper ¹) deals with the Primates; the other groups of mammals will be treated in subsequent publications. Thanks are due to Dr. D. C. GEIJSKES, who is responsible for the notes on the biology of the...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1957 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/506251
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On Blarina pyrrhonota and Echimys macrourus: Two Mammals incorrectly assigned to the Suriname Fauna. Naturalis
Husson, A.M..
When revising the Suriname mammals preserved in the collection of the Leiden Museum I also examined the type specimens of Echimys macrourus and Blarina pyrrhonota, described from Suriname by JENTINK in 1879 and 1910, respectively. As a result of this investigation I reached the conclusion that the two types are apparently incorrectly labelled as to locality. For Blarina pyrrhonota strongly resembles Sorex araneus Linnaeus from Europe, while Echimys macrourus shows a close resemblance to one of the forms of Rattus sabanus (Thomas), which has a wide distribution in the Malaysian subregion (see CHASEN, 1940, p. 164—167). In the literature dealing with Neotropical mammals, the systematic position of both Blarina pyrrhonota and Echimys macrourus has been the...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1962 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/506277
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On the early editions of Lacepède's "Tableaux des Mammifères et des Oiseaux", with remarks on two hitherto overlooked species: Lori bengalensis Lacepède, 1800, and Ornithorynchus novae Hollandiae Lacepède, 1800 Naturalis
Husson, A.M.; Holthuis, L.B..
Sherborn (1899) very ably discussed the four editions of Lacepède's "Tableaux des Mammifères et des Oiseaux" that were known to him, and made the complicated history of these publications clear. To these four editions we now can add two that evidently were not known to Sherborn, one of which must be exceedingly rare. In the following lines the six editions are discussed in chronological order; editions I, III, IV, and V have been dealt with by Sherborn, II and VI are those that we recently became acquainted with. Edition I (published between January 1 and September 22, 1799). The original "Tableaux" were published in Lacepède's "Discours d'ouverture et de clôture du cours d'histoire naturelle Donné dans le Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, l'an VII de...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.83; 42.84.
Ano: 1953 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318622
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On the systematic position of the Western Hamster, Cricetus cricetus canescens Nehring (Mammalia: Rodentia) Naturalis
Husson, A.M..
The systematic position of the western hamster, Cricetus cricetus canescens, has been a subject of discussion and criticism ever since NEHRING (1899, pp. 1—2) described the hamster occurring in Belgium west of the Meuse as a separate variety. The present paper is a new effort to throw more light on the interesting question concerning the systematic characters by which the western hamster can be distinguished from the typical form described from central Germany. For a better understanding of the present study a brief survey of the main points in the historical development of this problem follows here. According to NEHRING the main characters in which his new variety, Cricetus vulgaris var. canescens, differed from the typical form, were: (1) the dark...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1959 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/503947
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On the type of Antilope leucophaea Pallas, 1766, preserved in the collection of the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie, Leiden Naturalis
Husson, A.M.; Holthuis, L.B..
One of the important features of the mammal collection of the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie is its wealth in old types. This is mainly due to the fact that the first director of the Museum, Coenraad Jacob Temminck (1778-1858), was one of the foremost mammalogists of his time, and during the entire period of his directorship (1820-1858) was very active in improving the mammal collection. He himself described numerous species based on material in the possession of the Museum, but he also acquired type specimens of species described by other zoologists, either through exchange or purchase, or as a gift. Temminck very well realized the importance of types, even though he did not attach to them the great value that we do now. At that time it was not...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1969 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318078
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On Vampyrodes caracciolae (Thomas) and some other bats from the Island of Tobago (British West Indies) Naturalis
Husson, A.M..
The present paper is based on a collection of bats from Tobago brought together by Mr. G. F. Mees. From July 1953 to March 1954 Mr. Mees stayed at the island of Trinidad, making occasional short visits to Tobago. Though his main attention was directed to the avifauna of these islands, he collected also several specimens of bats, those from Tobago being of special interest. The larger part of this material has been obtained by shooting. After collecting the specimens were immediately placed in a refrigerator and were sent in a frozen condition to the Leiden Museum, where they finally were prepared. I want to express here my sincere gratitude to Mr. Mees for his willingness to devote part of the time spent by him in the West Indies to the collecting of bats,...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1954 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/319267
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Physeter Macrocephalus Linnaeus, 1758, the valid name for the sperm whale Naturalis
Husson, A.M.; Holthuis, L.B..
No uniformity exists in the use of the scientific name for the Sperm Whale, one of the earliest known and most familiar of the whale species. Both the names Physeter macrocephalus Linnaeus, 1758, and Physeter catodon Linnaeus, 1758, have been widely used for it. Hershkovitz (1966: 116120) in his check-list of the Cetacea listed 18 references (1758-1964) to the specific epithet catodon (an epithet that he accepted himself) and 24 references (1758-1957) to macrocephalus; as only the most important literature was cited by Hershkovitz, the usage of both epithets is far greater. In view of the lack of uniformity in the usage of the scientific name of the Sperm Whale, it is essential that its valid name be established. Of the two names, which were published...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1974 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318605
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Revision of the Burseraceae of the Malaysian area in a wider sense. V. Haplolobus Naturalis
Husson, A.M.; Lam, H.J..
More than twenty years have elapsed since the senior author (H. J. Lam) recognized Haplolobus as a genus separate from Canarium. In the mean time much newly collected material has become available and in view of the intended revision for Flora Malesiana, the time has come to sum up our present knowledge. It must be said first of all that this knowledge, in spite of a considerable progress, is still far from satisfactory. Not only is much of the material sterile, but the genus however small it is, more and more proves to be an extremely difficult one to handle in a practicable way. Whether or not this is due to its phylogenetic youth is of little consequence. The fact stands that we have to deal with a genus in which the subgeneric limits, even if...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1953 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/525972
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Scandent Burseraceae (Dacryodes and Canarium) Naturalis
Husson, A.M.; Lam, H.J..
So far as we know, all Burseraccae have been described as shrubs or trees, ranging from small and slender to very lofty. Some recently discovered material, however, pointed at the possibility that scandent representatives, if perhaps not true lianes, are not entirely lacking in the family. The first specimen intimating this habit to have come to our knowledge was collected by J. & M. S. Clemens on Mt. Kinabalu in British North Borneo, with the emphatic addition “surely scandent”. This specimen is almost certainly a Dacryodes in the relationship of rugosa (Bl.) H. J. Lam, var. virgata (Bl.) H. J. Lam. It appeared to deserve specific rank and it has been described by the junior writer underneath as D. scandens. Full particulars are give there.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1952 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/525499
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Tabel voor het determineren van de landzoogdieren van Nederlands Nieuw-Guinea Naturalis
Husson, A.M..
De hier gegeven tabel werd samengesteld naar aanleiding van een wens om op gemakkelijke wijze de namen te leren kennen van de zoogdieren die in Nederlands Nieuw-Guinea schade kunnen toebrengen aan land-, tuin- en bosbouw. Daar de tabel in de eerste plaats beoogt van practisch nut te zijn is er naar gestreefd om haar te baseren op eenvoudige kenmerken die zonder veel moeite zijn waar te nemen. Met uitzondering van de knaagdieren, waarvan in de meeste gevallen zelfs de genusnaam niet te bepalen is zonder gebruik te maken van schedelkenmerken en tandstructuren, is het mogelijk gebleken op uiterlijke kenmerken van ieder zoogdier tenminste vast te stellen tot welk genus het behoort. Omdat er in de eerste jaren nog geen sprake kan zijn van een goed...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1955 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/317258
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The bats of Suriname Naturalis
Husson, A.M..
CONTENTS I. Introduction.................. 3 A. Scope of the present paper............. 3 B. Measurements................ 7 C. Nomenclature................ 8 D. Acknowledgements............... 9 II. General Part.................. 10 A. History of the study of Suriname bats.......... 10 B. Remarks on Suriname bat life............ 18 1. Habitats of bats............... 19 2. Usefulness of bats.............. 22 3. Enemies of bats............... 22 4. The control of bats.............. 23 III. Systematic Part................. 25 Family Emballonuridae............... 26 Subfamily Emballonurinae............. 28 Subfamily Diclidurinae.............. 58 Family Noctilionidae............... 62 Family Phyllostomidae............... 73 Subfamily...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1962 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/317869
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The dates of publication of "Verhandelingen over de natuurlijke Geschiedenis der Nederlandsche overzeesche Bezittingen" edited by C. J. Temminck Naturalis
Husson, A.M.; Holthuis, L.B..
I. Historical. In the first half of the previous century the Netherlands government took a great interest in stimulating the scientific exploration of the Netherlands East Indies. In 1820 a "Natuurkundige Commissie voor Nederlandsch-Indië" (Natural History Commission for the Netherlands Indies; hereafter indicated as "Indies Commission") was installed and given the task to travel in the Dutch possessions in the East Indies with the object to extend the scientific knowledge of the natural productions of that region. The Indies Commission, which existed from 29 April 1820 to 17 April 1850, consisted of the following scientists (the dates behind the names indicate the time spent in the Indies as member of the Commission, the end of the stay marked with a † if...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.01.
Ano: 1955 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318953
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The earliest figures of the Blaauwbok, Hippotragus Leucophaeus (Pallas, 1766) and of the Greater Kudu, Tragelaphus Strepsiceros (Pallas, 1766) Naturalis
Husson, A.M.; Holthuis, L.B..
INTRODUCTION A recent study of the lectotype specimen of the Blaauwbok (Husson & Holthuis, 1969) had awakened our interest in this South African Antilope, which became extinct around 1800. One of us got the chance to procure a copy of the 1727 Dutch edition of Peter Kolb's account of Cape of Good Hope, a work containing the first description of the Blaauwbok. The study of this edition of Kolb's work lead to some interesting discoveries concerning the first published figures of the Blaauwbok and the Greater Kudu, which are discussed below. Hippotragus leucophaeus (Pallas, 1766), the Blaauwbok Erna Mohr (1967), in her interesting monographic account of the Blaauwbok, showed that Peter Kolb's account of the Cape of Good Hope was the first published source...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1975 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318339
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