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Small Pteropus (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) from Timor and surrounding islands, Indonesia

@inproceedings{Maryanto1995SmallP,
  title={Small Pteropus (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) from Timor and surrounding islands, Indonesia},
  author={Ibnu Maryanto and H. Juanda},
  year={1995}
}
A series of 10 adult Pteroplls specimens collected in West Timor in 1929 are described as a new subspecies, Pteroplls lombocensis salottii Kitchener. These specimens are compared using univariate and multivariate statistical analysis, principally of skull and dentary characters, with other subspecies of P. lombocensis and with both P. griseus and P. temmincki. This is the first report of P. lombocensis from Timor and Komodo. 
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