External and Cranial Characters of some Rare Asiatic Mammals recently Exhibited by the Society.


  • *My thanks are due to Dr. G. M. Vevers, the Superintendent, and to Col. A. E. Hamerton, the Pathologist, for kindly allocating to the British Museum the specimens dealt with in this paper and for sending them to South Kensington for my examination. I am also indebted to Mr. W. Lawrence, the pathologist's assistant, for their careful preparation and for his help in various minor particulars.