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Tokunaga, S. et al., 1939. Report of Diggings at Dokantin, the coast of the river Toman, Korea – Report of Diggings at Tamalukou, province Chien-tao, Manchoukuo [in Japanese, with English abstr]. Geology: 60 pp., w/ figs, tabs and plates
Tokunaga, Sh. et al., 1934. [Report of Diggings at Ho-chia-kou, Ku-hsiang-tung, Kirin, Manchoukuo (in Matuzawa I. & al., eds: Report of the First Scientific Expedition to Manchoukuo under the leadership of Shigeyasu Tokunaga, June-October 1933)] [in Japanese, with an extensive English summ.]. Geology, section II, part I, The Institute of Scientific Research of Manchoukuo: 119 pp., numerous figs, tabs and plates
Tokunaga, Sh. et al., 1939. [Fossil remains excavated at Ku-Hsiang-Tung near Harbin, Manchoukuo (in Matuzawa I. & al., eds: Report of the First Scientific Expedition to Manchoukuo under the leadership of Shigeyasu Tokunaga, June-October 1933)] [in Japanese, with an extensive English summ.]. Geology, section II, part IV, The Institute of Scientific Research of Manchoukuo: 229 pp., numerous figs, tabs and pls
Rookmaaker, L.C. et al., 2015. The lives of three rhinoceroses exhibited in London 1790-1814. Archives of Natural History 42 (2): 279-300, figs. 1-8
Rookmaaker, L.C. et al., 2015. The illustrations in A. R. Wallace’s Malay archipelago (1869) and in a much-enhanced French translation in Le tour du monde (1870–1873). Archives of Natural History 42 (2): 358-362, figs. 1-4
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