The other birds are mainly those of Senegambia and of the West African forest region generally.
derbianus) of Senegambia and the Bahr-el .tea>?ti`'?
in Senegambia in 1901, in a European suffering from intermitterit fever.
Todd, " First Report of the Trypanosomiasis Expedition to Senegambia, 1902," Mem.
Its chief mission has been in Basutoland, since extended to the Zambesi; but it has also followed French colonial extension, establishing missions in Senegambia, the French Congo, Madagascar and Tahiti.
- Missions:: Senegambia, Gambia, Sierra Leone, Lower Niger, Gaboon, French Congo, Lower Congo, Mayotte, Nossibe and Comoro Islands.
They are most numerous in Upper Senegal and in the countries under French sway immediately south of Senegambia, notably Futa Jallon.
above § 3 seq.) was claimed likewise by the Marsians of ancient Italy, and is still possessed by the snake-clan of Senegambia?
8 This peculiar " kinship " between serpent-clans and serpents may be further illustrated from Senegambia, where a python is supposed to visit every child of the python-clan within eight days of birth, apparently as a sign of recognition.
Throughout the greater part of Africa south of the Sahara galagos are widely distributed in the wooded districts, from Senegambia in the west to Abyssinia in the east, and as far south as Natal.
common on the coast, breed Senegambia Hotel.
and Todd, a very spirochaetiform type, from little birds (Estrelda) in Senegambia; and Hanna's peculiar wide species from Indian birds, with a remarkably tapering anterior end (fig.
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