. The Annals and magazine of natural history; zoology, botany, and geology. Natural history; Zoology; Botany; Geology. 420 On Mammals from Nortliern Angola. 44. Georychus Bocagei, de Wiut. S. 142, 151, 160, 189, 190, 191. Braganza. ^. 12. Ambaca. ($ . 129. Pungo Andongo. 45. Lepus angolensisy sp. n. Lejnis ochropus, Bocage, nee Wagner. ? . 3, 7, 11. Ambaca. ? . 15. Pungo Andongo. A dark strongly coloured species, with rufous neck; enamel foldings of incisors peculiar. Greneral colour above dark, a dark clay-colour grizzled with blackish, the hairs with a subterminal band of dark buffy and blac

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. The Annals and magazine of natural history; zoology, botany, and geology. Natural history; Zoology; Botany; Geology. 420 On Mammals from Nortliern Angola. 44. Georychus Bocagei, de Wiut. S. 142, 151, 160, 189, 190, 191. Braganza. ^. 12. Ambaca. ($ . 129. Pungo Andongo. 45. Lepus angolensisy sp. n. Lejnis ochropus, Bocage, nee Wagner. ? . 3, 7, 11. Ambaca. ? . 15. Pungo Andongo. A dark strongly coloured species, with rufous neck; enamel foldings of incisors peculiar. Greneral colour above dark, a dark clay-colour grizzled with blackish, the hairs with a subterminal band of dark buffy and blac
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. The Annals and magazine of natural history; zoology, botany, and geology. Natural history; Zoology; Botany; Geology. 420 On Mammals from Nortliern Angola. 44. Georychus Bocagei, de Wiut. S. 142, 151, 160, 189, 190, 191. Braganza. ^. 12. Ambaca. ($ . 129. Pungo Andongo. 45. Lepus angolensisy sp. n. Lejnis ochropus, Bocage, nee Wagner. ? . 3, 7, 11. Ambaca. ? . 15. Pungo Andongo. A dark strongly coloured species, with rufous neck; enamel foldings of incisors peculiar. Greneral colour above dark, a dark clay-colour grizzled with blackish, the hairs with a subterminal band of dark buffy and black tips ; sides rather paler. Centre of face dark lined buffy, a white frontal spot generally present. Sides of muzzle whitish and a narrow orbital ring of the same colour; an indistinct patch below the front of the eye blackish. Nape bright rufous, near "tawny ochraceous" of Ridgway. Ears of medium length; anterior part of external surface dark lined greyish; the fringing hairs dark buffy; tips edged with black ; outer margin white basally, becoming buffy terminally. Chin and interramia white, throat dull buffy; belly white, not sharply defined laterally. Fore limbs dull cinnamon, a narrow line on the inner side of the forearms white. Hind limbs similar, their inner surfaces more broadly white. Tail of medium length, black above, white on sides and below. Skull in its general proportions not unlike that of L. Whytei, Thos., of medium length, stoutly built, without noticeable peculiarities. Incisors with the involution of the enamel about as in L. Whytei^, the groove practically filled up with cement.. Section of upper incisors of Lejms angolensis. But, in addition to the main involution, there is a further and peculiar complexity in the presence of a fine thread (as seen in section), apparently of enamel, passing backwards and « Figured by Forsyth Major, Tr, Linn. Soe., Zool. vii. p. 4G8, figs, xi & xlii. (1899).. Please note that these images are extracted from