Valle de las Cuevas and Fuerte de San Rafael (Mendoza, Argentina), two elusive type localities of rodents revisited

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  • pdf Fig. S1, Fig. S2, Fig. S3
    Fig. S1: Image of page 277 of the accession log from the British Museum of Natural History, London. The page is dated 1860; the first two specimens shown correspond to Ctenomys pontifex. The 14th and 15th specimens correspond to Paynomys macronyx and Abrothrix hirta. Fig. S2: Original labels associated to the skin and skull of the holotype of Ctenomys pontifex BM, respectively; original labels associated to the skin and skull of Ctenomys pontifex BM, respectively. Fig. S3: Examples of some of the examined labels handwritten by Thomas Bridges, associated to plant specimens.
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