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Batrachians and reptiles from British East Africa.

by Seth Eugene Meek

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Published in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Amphibians -- Africa, British East

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesZoölogical series, v. 7, no. 11, Field Columbian Museum. Publication 147, Fieldiana -- v. 7, no. 11, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History : 1909) -- 147
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL1 .F4 v. 7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 403-414.
    Number of Pages414
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13995630M
    OCLC/WorldCa1188151

    Batrachian definition, belonging or pertaining to the Batrachia, a former group comprising the amphibians, and sometimes restricted to the salientians. See more. Title: Our reptiles and batrachians; a plain and easy account of the lizards, snakes, newts, toads, frogs and tortoises indigenous to Great Britain Year: (s) Authors: Author: Internet Archive Book Images.

    A field guide to the reptiles of East Africa. Academic Press, pp. [reviews in HR and Afr. J. Herp. 51; ] - get paper here Spawls, Steve; Kim Howell, Harald Hinkel, Michele Menegon Common Names: Semiornate Smooth Snake.   LIZARD, a subclass of reptiles, whose anatomical features and classification have been described under Lacertilia.A general account of their habits and ecology has been reserved for the present article. Lizards as a group are of comparatively recent origin, most of the fossils known not being older than the middle of the Tertiary, when representatives of many of the modern genera were in.

    Title: Guide to the galleries of reptiles and fishes in the Department of Zoology of the British Museum (Natural History) Author: #British Museum (Natural History). Dept. This is an exact replica of a book. The book reprint was manually improved by a team of professionals, as opposed to automatic/OCR processes used by some companies. However. Southern Africa is home to a remarkably diverse and rich reptile fauna. A Guide to the Reptiles of Southern Africa introduces the species currently described in the region, arranged into three main groups - snakes and lizards, crocodiles, and shelled reptiles.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meek, Seth E. (Seth Eugene), Batrachians and reptiles from British East Africa. Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History,   Batrachians and reptiles from British East Africa Item Preview remove-circle Batrachians and reptiles from British East Africa by Meek, Seth Eugene, Publication date This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

Pages: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Meek, Seth E. (Seth Eugene), Batrachians and reptiles from British East Africa. Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, Title. British reptiles and batrachians / Related Titles. Series: The young collector series By. Hopley, Catherine Cooper.

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Loria in British New Guinea Vol Page Concluding report on the late Capt. Bottego's collection of reptiles and batrachians from Somaliland and British East Africa.

Reptiles, Batrachians and Fishes collected by the Swedish Zoological Expedition to British East Africa, 1. Reptiles. Kunglia Svenska Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar 47(6): Loveridge, A. Notes on snakes in East Africa. Journal East Africa & Uganda Natural History Society Loveridge, A.

Notes on tortoises. DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES OF BLIND-SNAKES (TYPHLOPIDAE) FROM THE CONGO (WITH) SOME COLLECTIONS OF REPTILES & BATRACHIANS FROM EAST AFRICA & THE ADJACENT SILANDS, ETC.

Stejneger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : L. Stejneger. Axel Johann Einar Lönnberg (24 December – 21 November ) was a Swedish zoologist and conservationist.Lönnberg was born in was head of the Vertebrate Department of the Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet (Swedish Natural History Museum) from to In he obtained his PhD from the University of Uppsala, spending the next twelve years as an inspector in the fisheries.

Notes on the flora and fauna of Mt. Kenia [sic] (currently Kirinyaga) in British East Africa (currently Kenya). According to the notes, Loring and Mearns were.

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Define batrachians. batrachians synonyms, batrachians pronunciation, batrachians translation, English dictionary definition of batrachians. pl n amphibians, including frogs and toads, which have gills and a tail in their larval state, which are discarded later in life Noun 1.

The Horn of Africa is a center of diversity for African agamid lizards. Among the nine species of Agama occurring in the Horn of Africa, Agama spinosa is the most widely distributed. The A. spinosa group (sensu stricto, morphologically defined by possessing six clusters of spinose scales around the ear) contains two species: A.

spinosa occurs from Egypt to Ethiopia and Somalia where it is. British Reptiles and Batrachians Ophidians, zoological arrangement of the different genera, including varieties known in North and South America, the East Indies, South Africa, and Australia.‎ (7 F) Our Reptiles and Batrachians () Media in category "Books about herpetology".

Additions to the Herpetology of British East Africa. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London – Boulenger, G.A. On a small collection of fishes made in the eastern watershed of the Transvaal by Capt. Bruce. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, (2): –, Pls.

Reference page. Reptile Atlas a first for southern Africa 9 June This is Associate Professor Graham Alexander from Wits University -- the 'father' of southern Africa's first.

batrachian (bə-trā′kē-ən) n. An amphibian, especially a frog, or, in some classifications, a frog or a salamander but not a caecilian. [From Greek batrakhos, frog.] batra′chian adj. batrachian (bəˈtreɪkɪən) n (Animals) any amphibian, esp a frog or toad adj (Animals) of.

The Horn of Africa is a center of diversity for African agamid lizards. Among the nine species of Agama occurring in the Horn of Africa, Agama spinosa is the most widely distributed.

The A. spinosa group (sensu stricto, morphologically defined by possessing six clusters of spinose scales around the ear) contains two species: A. spinosa occurs from Egypt to Ethiopia and Somalia where it is Cited by: 3.Meek, Seth Eugene;Cory, Charles B.

Batrachians and reptiles from British East Africa. Publication of the Field Museum of Natural history 7 (11): - get paper here; O’Shea, M. The Book of Snakes. Ivy Press / Quarto Publishing, London, - get paper here; Phelps, T.

Old World Names: Kenya Montane Viper.