On some Mammals from Cahama
Notes from the Leyden Museum , Volume 15 - Issue 3 p. 262- 265
The other day we received some Mammals and Birds from Cahama, collected by Mr. C. E. v. d. Kellen, a brother of Mr. P. J. v. d. Kellen, the well known zoologist of the Veth-expedition on the Cunene-river (see N. L. M. 1887, p. 171). Cahama is a locality on the Kakulovar-river, a nothern branch of the Cunene. Although very small in number, there are among the Mammals some which bear a peculiar interest in view of geographical distribution.
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Jentink, F.A. (1893). On some Mammals from Cahama. Notes from the Leyden Museum, 15(3), 262–265.