Review of the Hylomyscus denniae group ( Rodentia : Muridae ) in eastern Africa , with comments on the generic allocation of Epimys endorobae

@inproceedings{Carleton2006ReviewOT,
  title={Review of the Hylomyscus denniae group ( Rodentia : Muridae ) in eastern Africa , with comments on the generic allocation of Epimys endorobae},
  author={Michael D. Carleton and Julian C. Kerbis Peterhans and William T. Stanley},
  year={2006}
}
—The status and distribution of eastern African populations currently assigned to Hylomyscus denniae are reviewed based on morphological and morphometric comparisons. Three species are considered valid, each confined largely to wet montane forest above 2000 meters: H. denniae (Thomas, 1906) proper from the Ruwenzori Mountains in the northern Albertine Rift (west-central Uganda and contiguous D. R. Congo); H. vulcanorum Lönnberg & Gyldenstolpe, 1925 from mountains in the central Albertine Rift… CONTINUE READING

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