A revision of the genus Zaglossus (Monotremata, Tachyglossidae), with description of new species and subspecies

@inproceedings{Flannery1998ARO,
  title={A revision of the genus Zaglossus (Monotremata, Tachyglossidae), with description of new species and subspecies},
  author={Tim Fridtjof Flannery and Colin P. Groves},
  year={1998}
}
Une revision systematique des Monotremes du genre Zaglossus a montre une diversite morphologique inattendue. L'analyse statistique et non metrique indique qu'on peut reconnaitre trois especes: Zaglossus bruijnii (Peters et Doria, 1876) qui habite dans les regions de Vogelkop, Fak Fak et les Montagnes de Charles Louis; Zaglossus bartoni (Thomas, 1907) qui se trouve dans la cordillere centrale entre les Lacs Paniai et la chaine de montagnes Nanneau, ainsi que dans la Peninsule Huon; et Zaglossus… 
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