On Kerivoula picta (Pallas) and Description of a new Bat from Paramaribo
Notes from the Leyden Museum , Volume 24 - Issue 4 p. 174- 176
Dr. M. Greshoff, Director of the Colonial Museum at Haarlem, entrusted to me the other day some exotic Bats for identification. Among them there was a specimen from the West-Indies, apparently belonging to a hitherto undescribed species, besides a specimen of the splendid Kerivoula picta from Sumatra, Deli; it is the first specimen of this species I ever saw from this locality. Like the above mentioned specimens this, too concerning the habitat, so interesting individual forms now part of our collections thanks to the kindness of Dr. Greshoff.
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Jentink, F.A. (1904). On Kerivoula picta (Pallas) and Description of a new Bat from Paramaribo. Notes from the Leyden Museum, 24(4), 174–176.