XI.—Notes on and descriptions of Delias

Walter Rothschild
1915 Annals and Magazine of Natural History  
have rather more swollen brain-eases than in Javan specimens. Small upper premolars not much crushed, p3 twothirds the size of pl, half internal ; below, pa is quite in the tooth-row, about half the size of p~. Dimensions of the type (measured on the spirit-specimen) ;~ Forearm 37"5 ram. Head and body 46; tail 35; ear (a,lferiormargin) 13; tragus on inner edge 5 ; tibia 15 ; foot 9"5 ; calcar 12. Skull: greatest length 15"5; zygom;ttic breadth 9"2; breadth of brain-case 7"2 ; front of canine to
more » ... front of canine to back of m ~ 6; front of p4 to back of m: 3"4.
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