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File AvailableGrubb, P. 2004 Controversial scientific names of African mammals. African Zoology 39 (1): 91-109
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African Rhino Species
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File AvailableLong, B.; Roth, B.; Holden, J.; Uck, S. 2000 Large mammals: pp. 49-68, table 1

In: Daltry, J.C. et al. Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey 2000. Cambridge, Fauna and Flora International: pp. 1-252
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Asia - East Asia - Cambodia
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Javan Rhino
The Indochinese subspecies (R. s. annamiticus) is currently known from only Dong Nai in Vietnam
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File AvailableAsdell, S.A. 1964 Patterns of mammalian reproduction, second edition. London, Constable and Co, pp. i-xiii, 1-670
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Asia - South Asia
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Indian Rhino
Name: Ceratotherium unicornis L.
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File AvailableDennler de la Tour, G. 1957 Wild und Wildschutzgebiete in Westafrika. Buenos Aires, Dennler de la Tour, pp. 1-230
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World
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Black Rhino
Reason to use Rhinoceros not Diceros. Rhinos have been given a series of genus names in the course of time, of which Rhinoceros for the Asian forms and Diceros & Ceratotherium have established themsleves. We however keep to Rhinoceros for all forms, because the genus name (Namenkreis) doesn't sa...
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File AvailableDennler de la Tour, G. 1957 Wild und Wildschutzgebiete in Westafrika. Buenos Aires, Dennler de la Tour, pp. 1-230
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Black Rhino
Reasons to prefer africanus over bicornis. The species name bicornis for the African black rhino can be refuted. Linn? gave 'India' as type locality. Thomas' argument that the Cape of good Hope was the place from where early specimens were brought to Europe and that therefore Rhinoceros bicorn...
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File AvailableAsdell, S.A. 1946 Patterns of mammalian reproduction. Ithaca, Comstock Publishing Co, pp. i-x, 1-437
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Africa
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Black Rhino
Scientific name: Rhinoceros (Diceros) bicornis L.
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File AvailableAsdell, S.A. 1946 Patterns of mammalian reproduction. Ithaca, Comstock Publishing Co, pp. i-x, 1-437
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White Rhino
Scientific name: Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium) simus Burchell
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File AvailableAsdell, S.A. 1946 Patterns of mammalian reproduction. Ithaca, Comstock Publishing Co, pp. i-x, 1-437
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Asia
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Sumatran Rhino
Scientific name: Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus) sumatrensis
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File AvailableSimpson, G.G. 1945 The principles of classification and a classification of mammals [suborder Ceratomorpha]. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, New York 85: 14-17+139-143+163+252-253+256-258
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All Rhino Species
The full volume contains 350 pages. Here are: The Hierarchy (pp. 14-16), Monophyly and Polyphyly (pp. 16-17), Suborder Ceratomorpha (pp 139-143), Review of the Mammal Classification (pp. 163+252-253+256-258).
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File AvailableSchouteden, H. 1927 Les rhinoceros congolais. Revue Zoologique Africaine (Bulletin du Cercle Zoologique Congolais) 4 (1): 19-30, figs. 1-3
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White Rhino
Name cottoni dedicated to that eminent english sportsman, Major Powell Cotton, who was one of the first to bring specimens to Europe (one of which was offered to our museum in Tervuren).
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