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

Harrison Institute, Centre for Biodiversity Research

1970 - 1974 (11 publications, including one monograph [Harrison, D. L. 1972])


Harrison, D. L. 1974. A Mammal Survey of the Sevenoaks Reserve and Darent Valley. In: J.G.Harrison. The Sevenoaks Gravel Pit Reserve :97-99. WAGBI Conservation Pub. 1974.

Harrison, D. L. and M. D. Gallagher. 1974. A Park to save the Arabian Tahr. Oryx, 12 (5): 547-549.

Harrison, D. L., C. Swan, P. A. Gouldsbury, J. Pullen and  A. Cadman. 1974. Notes on the control of Mammals injurious to Game Interests. WAGBI Magazine Autumn and Winter: 21-24.

Harrison, D. L. and N. Pendleton. 1974. A second record of Wied’s Long-legged Bat (Macrophyllum macrophyllum Schinz, 1821 Chiroptera: Phyllostomatidae) in El Salvador, with notes on the palate. reproduction and diet of the species. Mammalia Paris 38 (4): 689-693.


Harrison, D. L. 1973. Some comparative features of the skulls of Wolves (Canis lupus Linn.) and Pariah Dogs (Canis familiaris Linn.) from the Arabian peninsula and neighbouring lands. Bonner Zoologische Beitrage, 24: 185-191.


Harrison, D. L. 1972. The Mammals of Arabia. 3. Lagomorpha and Rodentia. pp.382-670. Benn, London.


Harrison, D. L. 1971. Observations on some notable Arabian mammals, with the description of a new Gerbil (Gerbillus: Rodentia: Cricetidae). Mammalia Paris, 35(1): 111-125. [PDF available]

Harrison, D. L. 1971. A note on the occurrence of the Giant African Free-tailed Bat, Tadarida africana (Dobson, 1876), in Tanzania, with some observations on the characters of the species. Arnoldia 5(19): 1-5.

Harrison, D. L. and J. H. M. Horne. 1971. The palate of Ectphylla (Mesophylla) macconnelli Thomas, 1901 (Chiroptera:Phyllostomatidae), with comparative notes on the palates of other Phyllostomatid bats. Mammalia Paris 35(2): 245-253.


Harrison, D. L. 1970. Some observations on the status of the South Arabian House Mouse Mus musculus gentilulus Thomas, 1919 (Rodentia:Muridae). Mammalia Paris 34 (2): 244-247.

Peterson, R. L. and D. L. Harrison. 1970. The second and third known specimens of the African Molossid Bat, Tadarida lobata. Life Science Occasional Papers of the Royal Ontario Museum 16, 1-16.