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The RRC database contains a total of 32753 Notes which are linked to 18834 References. Furthermore, 18409 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

Newest PDFs:

Adcock, K. et al., 2014
Gignoux, M., 1926
Stevenson-Hamilton, J., 1937
Funke, C.P. et al., 1842
Thornton, A. (Environmental Investigation Agency) et al., 2014
Hristova, L. et al., 2013
Miersch, M. et al., 2014
Eustace, M., 2014
Scott, W.B. et al., 1882
Scott, W.B. et al., 1884
Borneo Rhino Sanctuary (BRS) Programme, 2014
Blaszkiewitz, B., 2012
Israel, S. et al., 1987
Patton, F., 2014
Patton, F., 2014
Patton, F., 2014
Patton, F., 2014
Patton, F., 2014
Thenius, E., 1962
Kerr, R., 1792
Goeverneur, J.J.A., 1870
Anonymous, 1834
Nesti, F., 1811
Law, P.R. et al., 2014

Rhino Literature & Articles

The RRC website provides access to an extensive database of indexed and tagged references, abstracts and full texts covering every possible aspect of the knowledge of the rhinoceros. The database only contains material available in the library of the RRC. All references are verified and bibliographically correct.

This bibliography excludes (with some exceptions) the following:

  • Literature on fossil rhinoceros species
  • Items in newspapers
  • Multiple editions and reprints
    (we endeavour to list the earliest edition of each work)
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We would like to thank H. Carpentier for supplying us with references from the Carino database.

Newest References:
Gignoux, M., 1926. Sur la découverte d’un rhinocéridé (Acerotherium cf. filholi Osborn) dans les couches pétrolifères de Pechelbronn (Bas-Rhin). Bulletin du Service de la Carte Géologique d’Alsace et de Lorraine, Strasbourg; I: 145-152, 3 figs, Pl IX
Funke, C.P. et al., 1842. Naturalhistoria for Ungdom. Norrkoping, Ostlund & Berling
Thornton, A. (Environmental Investigation Agency) et al., 2014. Petition to certify Mozambique as diminishing the effectiveness of the Convention on International Trade in Endagered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). Report, 27 June 2014, pp. 1-24
Hristova, L. et al., 2013. Late Miocene mammals from Kocherinovo, Southwestern Bulgaria. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica 65 (4): 517-529
Miersch, M. et al., 2014. Prosperity humbug kills rhinos. African indaba, e-newsletter 12 (4): 28-30
Eustace, M., 2014. A model for a smart trade in rhino horn. African indaba, e-newsletter 12 (4): 22-27
Scott, W.B. et al., 1882. Orthocynodon, an animal related to the Rhinoceros, from the Bridger Eocene. American Journal of Science (3) 24: 223-225
Scott, W.B. et al., 1884. On the origin and development of the Rhinoceros group (abstract). Report of the British Assocation for the Advancement of Science Southport (September 1883): 528
Borneo Rhino Sanctuary (BRS) Programme, 2014. Six-monthly report (no.17-18): covering the period January to June 2014. Kota Kinabalu, Borneo Rhino Alliance, pp. 1-9
Patton, F., 2014. Rewilding: a new conservation paradigm. Swara, Nairobi April-June 2014: 31-35
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