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Harrison Institute, Centre for Biodiversity Research

1955 – 1959 (24 publications)


Harrison, D. L. 1959. A new subspecies of Lesser Long-winged Bat Miniopterus minor Peters, 1867 from the Comoro Islands. Durban Museum Novitates 5 (15): 191-196. [PDF available]

Harrison, D. L. 1959. Report on the Bats (Chiroptera) in the collection of the National Museum of Southern Rhodesia. Occasional Papers of the National Museum of Southern Rhodesia. 23 B: 218-231.

Harrison, D. L. 1959. About my Bushbaby. The Wildfowler Magazine : 79- 80.


Harrison, D. L. 1958. Observations on infant Jerboas, with special reference to the development of the tympanic bulla. Journal of Mammalogy 39 (3): 395-398.

Harrison, D. L. 1958. Two Bats (Microchiroptera) new to the fauna of Tanganyika Territory. Durban Museum Novitates 5 (7): 95-98.

Harrison, D. L. 1958. A new Race of the Tomb Bat Taphozous perforatus E.Geoffroy, 1818 from Northern Nigeria. Durban Museum Novitates, 5(11): 143-149.

Harrison, D. L. 1958. A note on successive pregnancies in an African Bat (Tadarida pumila websteri Dollman). Mammalia (Paris) 22 (4): 592-594.

Harrison, D. L. 1958. Leisler’s Bat (Nyctalus leisleri Kuhl) in Kent, with some observations on the presence of the Buccal Pad in this species. The Naturalist, Leeds: 5-6. Jan.- Mar. 1958.

Harrison, D. L. 1958. Notes on a collection of Bats from the Iberian Peninsula. Bonner Zoologische Beitrage Jhg. 9 (1):1-9.

Harrison, J. M. and D. L. Harrison. 1958. A tragedy of the hay harvest. The Shooting Times: 898. Oct. 31st. 1958.

Harrison, D. L. and J. D. L. Fleetwood. 1958. Welwitsch’s Bat Myotis welwitschii Gray, a species new to the fauna of Kenya Colony. Durban Museum Novitates 5 (9): 111-114.


Harrison, D.L. 1957. Some systematic notes on the Trident Bats (Asellia tridens E.Geoffroy) of Arabia. Mammalia (Paris) 21: (1): 1-8.

Harrison, D. L. 1957. A Naturalist in Kurdistan. The Shooting Times : 748- 749.

Harrison, D. L. 1957. A note on the occurrence of the Woolly Bat, Kerivoula cuprosa Thomas in Kenya. Revue de Zoologie et de Botanique Africaines. Brussels 4 (1-2): 47- 48.

Harrison, D. L. 1957. Notes on African Bats 1. Some systematic and anatomical notes on the African Bats of the genus Otomops Thomas. Durban Museum Novitates 5 (2): 17- 24.

Harrison, D. L. 1957. Notes on African Bats 2. Some observations on the relationship between the African Slit-faced Bats Nycteris hispida Schreber and Nycteris aurita K. Andersen. Durban Museum Novitates 5 (2): 24-26.

Harrison, D. L. 1957. A remarkable pied Common Shrew (Sorex araneus Linn.). The Naturalist: 92 July-Sept. 1957.


Harrison, D.L. 1956. Mammals from Kurdistan, Iraq, with description of a new Bat. Journal of Mammalogy 37(2): 257- 263.

Harrison, D.L. 1956. Gerbils from Iraq, with description of a new Gerbil. Journal of Mammalogy 37 (3): 417- 422.

Harrison, D.L. 1956. Notes on some bats (Microchiroptera) from Iraq. Bonner Zoologische Beitrage 7 (1-3): 1-7.

Harrison, D.L. 1956. A Key to the identification of the bats (Chiroptera) of the Arabian Peninsula. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 127 (4): 447-452.

Harrison, D. L. 1956. A new Flat-headed Bat of the genus Platymops Thomas from S.E Sudan. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 12 (9): 549-552. [PDF available]


Harrison, D.L. 1955. On a collection of Mammals from Oman, Arabia, with the description of two new Bats. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 12, 8: 897- 910.

Harrison J. G. and D. L. Harrison. 1955. The development of the skull of the cream-coloured Courser, Stone Curlew and Houbara Bustard. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists Club 75: 61- 63.