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Land- and freshwater Shells collected by Dr. H. ten Kate in Soemba, Timor and other East-Indian islands

@inproceedings{SchepmanLandAF,
  title={Land- and freshwater Shells collected by Dr. H. ten Kate in Soemba, Timor and other East-Indian islands},
  author={M. M. Schepman}
}
The shells collected by Dr. ten Kate, are from localities which were still very imperfectly or not at all explored. To the latter category belongs the isle of Soemba, which has furnished a few very fine and interesting new species. Other species, though known to science, are remarkable for the novelty of their localities or because the habitat was not yet ascertained. Considering that Dr. ten Kate travelled in behalf of the Dutch Geographical Society and that his chief occupations consisted of… Expand
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