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Climbing mice of the genus Dendromus (Nesomyidae, Dendromurinae) in Sudan and Ethiopia, with the description of a new species
- F. Dieterlen
Most species of Dendromus climb with the aid of the long digits of the forefeet and hind feet, and tend to be more terrestrial than others.
Karyotype relationship among four species of Spiny mice (Acomys, Rodentia)
G-banded karyotypes of four species of the genus Acomys from different localities are described and a maximum parsimony tree is constructed using the common Robertsonian metacentrics as characters.
Species of the genus Otomys from Cameroon and Nigeria and their relationship to East African forms
Lemniscomys hoogstraali, an new murid species from Sudan
- F. Dieterlen
The new species is related to L. barbariis but differs in larger size, some skull characters and the pattern of dorsal stripes, and is described from the eastern Upper Nile Province, Sudan.
The African rodent Colomys goslingi Thomas and Wroughton, 1907 (Rodentia: Muridae) - a predator in limnetic ecosystems
Feeding ecology of the armored shrew, from the north-eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
It was concluded that S. somereni is primarily an earthworm-eating shrew and partially subterranean rather than truly fossorial in foraging mode, which cannot explain the unique vertebral modifications of this zoological curiosity.
New specimens of Malacomys verschureni from Eastern Zaire (Mammalia, Muridae)