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Harrison Institute, Centre for Biodiversity Research

Pre-1950 (11 publications)


Harrison, D. L. 1949. An occurrence of Savi’s Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus savii Bonaparte) in the French Pyrenees, with Notes on the Bats of Fabian. Annals and Magazine of Natural History. Ser.12 2: 962 – 964.

Harrison, D. L. and D.V. Davies, 1949.  A note on some epithelial structures in Microchiroptera. Proceedings of the Zoological  Society 119(2) : 351- 357.

Harrison, J. G. and D. L. Harrison. 1949. Some Developmental Peculiarities in Skulls of Birds and Bats. Bulletin of the British Ornithological Club 69: 61- 65. 11th May 1949


Burtsal, K. F. and D. L. Harrison.1947. An extension of the distribution of the Serotine Bat (Eptesicus serotinus Schreber) in Great Britain. The Naturalist: 151- 152. Oct-Dec. 1947.

Harrison, D. L. 1947. A new Central Mediterranean subspecies of Field Mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus Linn.) and notes on Surrounding Forms. Proceedings of the Zoological Society, 117: (4): 650- 652. [PDF available]

Harrison, D. L. and D. E. Sergeant. 1947. An occurrence of the Whiskered Bat (Myotis mystacinus Kuhl) in Norfolk.  The Naturalist: 152. Oct-Dec. 1947.


Harrison, D. L. 1946. Pygmy shrew on the saltings. The Field :221. Feb. 23rd, 1946.

Harrison, D. L. 1946. Vole caught by crab. The Field: 358. Sept. 28th, 1946.

Harrison, D. L. 1946. An extension of the distribution of Leisler’s Bat  (Nyctalus leisleri Kuhl) in Great Britain. The Naturalist: 147-148. Oct-Dec. 1946.


Harrison, D. L. 1945. Observations on specimens of Mus musculus and Apodemus sylvaticus recently collected in South Italy. Proceedings of the Zoological Society 115: (1/2): 47-48.


Harrison, D. L. 1944. Unusual butterflies in West Kent. The Field, May 20th 1944.