Notomys carpentarius Johnson, 1959

Parnaby, Harry E., Ingleby, Sandy & Divljan, Anja, 2017, Type Specimens of Non-fossil Mammals in the Australian Museum, Sydney, Records of the Australian Museum 69 (5), pp. 277-420: 368

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.3853/j.2201-4349.69.2017.1653

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5238033

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scientific name

Notomys carpentarius Johnson, 1959
status

 

Notomys carpentarius Johnson, 1959  

Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 72: 186. (4 November 1959).

Common name. Northern Hopping-mouse.

Current name. Notomys aquilo Thomas, 1921   ; following Jackson & Groves (2015).

Paratypes. (3, by original designation). All three are study skins with skulls extracted, all collected by D. H. Johnson from the type locality, Umbakumba, Port Langdon (13°51'S 136°45'E), northeastern Groote Eylandt , Northern Territory: M.27839 by original designation as USNM 284360 View Materials , female, [Field no. 5586], collected on 22 June 1948 GoogleMaps   ; M.27840 by original designation as USNM 284356 View Materials , female, [Field no. 5528] and M.27841 by original designation as USNM 284354 View Materials , male, [ Field no. 5526], both collected on 8 June 1948   . All three registered 13 October 1992 and exchanged from Smithsonian Institution, 19 May 1992.

Comments.A total of 12 paratypes, all from the type locality; holotype in USNM   .

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Mammalia

Order

Rodentia

Family

Muridae

Genus

Notomys