Resources

Novacek, M. "Evolutionary Stasis in the Elephant-shrew, Rhynchocyon." In Living Fossils, edited by N. Eldredge and S. M. Stanley, 4-22 New York: Springer-Verlag, 1984.

Periodicals

"Footdrumming Patterns of Southern African Elephant-shrews." Mammalia 60 (1996): 567-576.

Perrin, M. R., ed. "The Biology of Elephant-shrews-A Symposium Held During the 6th International Theriological Congress, Sydney, 5 July 1993." Mammal Review 25 (1995).

Rathbun, G. B., and K Redford. "Pedal Scent-Marking in the Rufous Elephant-Shrew, Elephantulus Rufescens." Journal of Mammalogy 62 (1981): 635-637.

Woodall, P. F. "Digestive Tract Dimensions and Body Mass of Sengis and the Effects of Season and Habitat." Mammalia 51 (1987): 537-545.

Simons, E. L., P. A. Holroyd, and T. M. Bown. "Early

Tertiary Elephant-shrews from Egypt and the Origin of the Macroscelidea." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 88 (1991): 9734-9737.

Organizations

Friends of Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, Kenya. E-mail: [email protected] Bigfoot.com Web site: <http://www.watamu.net/foasf.html>.

Other

Rathbun, G. B. "Elephant-Shrews or Sengis." <http://www .calacademy.org/research/bmammals/eshrews/index.html>

2002 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. <http://www.redlist.org>

Kevin F. Fitzgerald, BS

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