Cercopithecus wolfi, n. sp
Notes from the Leyden Museum , Volume 13 - Issue 1 p. 63- 64
In the Zoological Garden of Dresden, since the year 1887, there has been a living specimen of a Cercopithecus, brought hither from Central West-Africa by Dr. Ludwig Wolf. This specimen so obviously represents an undescribed species of monkey, that I need not hesitate any longer in describing it shortly, though this can be done but imperfectly during its life-time. The following remarks, therefore, must be looked upon as preliminary only, to be completed after the animal’s death. This new species belongs to the Mona-group, which was divided by Prof. Schlegel (Cat. Mus. Pays-Bas, Singes, 1876, p. 80) into those with white over the root of the tail and those-without it.
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Meyer, A.B. (1891). Cercopithecus wolfi, n. sp. Notes from the Leyden Museum, 13(1), 63–64.