‘eighty years of promoting biodiversity conservation through taxonomic research, scientific training and international networks’

Harrison Institute, Centre for Biodiversity Research

1950 – 1954 (7 publications)


Harrison, D. L. 1953. Some systematic notes on the Long-fingered Bats of the genus Miniopterus Bonaparte occurring in South Africa and Madagascar. Durban Museum Novitates 4.(5): 65-75.

Harrison, D. L. 1953. The Distribution of Bats (Microchiroptera) in Cambridgeshire. The Naturalist: 111- 117.

Harrison, D. L. 1953. An unusual nest of the Dormouse (Muscardinus avellenarius Linn.). The Naturalist: 152. Oct-Dec. 1953.


Harrison, D. L. and P. A. Clancey. 1952. Notes on the Bats (Microchiroptera) from a cave in the Pietermaritzburg District of Natal. Annals of the Natal Museum 12(2.): 177-182.

Harrison, D. L. 1952. A new subspecies of the Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus Linnaeus) from Borkum Island, in N.W Germany. Annals and Magazine of Natural History Ser.12, 5:676-678.


Harrison, D. L. 1951. The bats of the Segeberg Gipshohle in Schleswig-Holstein, with some notes on the characters of North West European Myotis (Vespertilionidae). Bonner zoologische Beitrage. 1-2: 9- 16.


Hayman, R. W. and D. L. Harrison. 1950. Notes on some Mammals newly recorded from Arabia. Annals and Magazine of Natural History. Series 12(3): 417 - 419.