Planigale gilesi Aitken, 1972

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: 310

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

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scientific name

Planigale gilesi Aitken, 1972
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Planigale gilesi Aitken, 1972  

Rec. S. Aust. Mus   . 16(10): 1, figs 1–3, tables 1–2. (12 June 1972).

Common name. Giles’ Planigale   .

Current name. Planigale gilesi Aitken, 1972   ; following Jackson & Groves (2015).

Paratypes. (5, by original designation). M.7033, female, skull, body in alc., collected 27 February 1945 and M.7393, male, skull, body in alc., presented 28 May 1948, both collected at Bellata (29°55'S 149°47'E), NSW, presented by June Kirkby; M.7819, male, skull, body in alc., and M.7820, female, skull, body in alc., both collected at Brewarrina (29°58'S 146°52'E), NSW, presented 3 May 1954 GoogleMaps   by K. Turnbull; M.9190, male, body in alc., Lake Cawndilla , 10 miles S of Menindee (32°29'S 142°13'E), NSW, collected by Dr M. R. Gray on 20 May 1969 GoogleMaps   .

Comments. Type series totals 11 specimens. The holotype and five paratypes are in SAM   .

SAM

South African Museum