Fossils Mammals of Africa - Insectivora and Chiroptera from the Miocene Rocks of Kenya colony : Megadermidae, genus and species indeterminate

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In this paper are described two bats from Lower Miocene sites in Kenya colony. Incomplete skull of a batis found at Koru in 1931, and subsequently several specimens were obtained from Songhor and Rusinga Island. Detailled accounts of the sites are given by Kent (1944), Le Gros Clark & Leake (1951) and Shackleton )1951).
The bats appear to belog to families still living in Africa : Emballonuridae and Megadermidae. Each is represented by a single specimen, from Koru ans Rusinga respectively.

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Fossils Mammals of Africa - Insectivora and Chiroptera from the Miocene Rocks of Kenya colony : Saccolaimus incognita sp. nov.

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Introduction

In this paper are described two bats from Lower Miocene sites in Kenya colony. Incomplete skull of a batis found at Koru in 1931, and subsequently several specimens were obtained from Songhor and Rusinga Island. Detailled accounts of the sites are given by Kent (1944), Le Gros Clark & Leake (1951) and Shackleton )1951).
The bats appear to belog to families still living in Africa : Emballonuridae and Megadermidae. Each is represented by a single specimen, from Koru ans Rusinga respectively.

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