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Title: Notes on the type specimen of Rhinoceros lasiotis Sclater, with remarks on the generic position of the living species of rhinoceros
Author(s): Thomas, O.
Year published: 1901
Journal: Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London
Volume: 1901 June 4
Pages: 154-158
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Asia - South Asia - Bangladesh
Distribution - Records
Sumatran Rhino
Skull, head skin. Sex: Female. Locality: Chittagong. Collected by: Zoological Society of London. In Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom. Catalogue number: 1901.1.22.1
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Museums - Europe
Museums
Sumatran Rhino
Skull, head skin. Sex: Female. Locality: Chittagong. Collected by: Zoological Society of London. In Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom. Catalogue number: 1901.1.22.1
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Asia - South Asia - Bangladesh
Museums
Sumatran Rhino
Skull, head skin. Sex: Female. Locality: Chittagong. Collected by: Zoological Society of London. In Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom. Catalogue number: 1901.1.22.1
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Morphology
Sumatran Rhino
R.lasiotis. In the first place, with regard to the external characters of colour and hair development, a comparison of the head-skin of R. lasiotis with the two specimens in the Museum of 'Ceratorhinus niger' leads me to the conclusion that the differences described were mainly due to age. For ...
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Morphology - Size
Sumatran Rhino
Type of R. lasiotis. The following are its measurements, given in inches for comparison with those published by Sir W. Flower in 1878: Length from occipital crest to end of nasals, in straight line 23 5/8. With tape over curve of nasals 24.5 ; greatest zygomatic breadth 12 7/8 ; interor...
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Taxonomy - Evolution
Fossil
In conjunction with Mr. Lydekker, I have compared the fine skull in the Museum of R. platyrhinus, hitherto usually considered related to the simus group, and after careful consideration we have come to the conclusion advocated by Osborn, that, in spite of its tooth characters, it is really most n...
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Morphology
Sumatran Rhino
R. lasiotis. Nor is there in colour any difference worthy of note, that described by Selater having apparently disappeared with advancing age.
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Morphology
Sumatran Rhino
R.lasiotis. In the first place, with regard to the external characters of colour and hair development, a comparison of the head-skin of R. lasiotis with the two specimens in the Museum of 'Ceratorhinus niger' leads me to the conclusion that the differences described were mainly due to age. For ...
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Morphology
Sumatran Rhino
R. lasiotis. Nor is there in colour any difference worthy of note, that described by Selater having apparently disappeared with advancing age.
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Taxonomy
Sumatran Rhino
(Sub)species of Sumatran Rhino. On August 31st, 1900, there died in the Gardens of the Society the famous female Rhinoceros from Chittagong, and the characters of which it is only fitting should be here noted, now that its skull and headskin have passed into the possession of the National Museum...
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