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“Jerdon calls this a field rat in his popular name for it, but I think that the term should be restricted to the _Nesokia_ or true field and earth-burrowing rats.”
“I have already alluded to the distinguishing features of the skull of this species, as compared with _Nesokia providens_.”
“Hardwickii_, he has now renamed _Mus (Nesokia) Blythianus_”
“The next two have usually been classed as true _Mus_, and the latter is to be found in Jerdon; but, from the breadth of the incisors and the lamination of the molars, which are less sinuous and relatively larger than in _Mus_, and from other characteristics of the skull, they are nearer allied to _Nesokia_ than to the true rats.”
“Mus (Nesokia) Elliotanus (_Elliot's Field-Rat_) 318 329.”
“[Footnote 25: In this case probably parents and young.] [Footnote 26: _Nesokia providens_.]”
“Bandicoot is a common name that may refer to many species of small mammals, especially those of the genera Bandicota and Nesokia, and some members of the Australian marsupial order Peramelemorphia.”
“In the northern areas the most common mammals are the forest mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus), badger (Meles meles), and wild boar (Sus scrofa), while in the south dominants include the tamarix gerbil (Meriones tamariscinus), flattooth rat (Nesokia indica), and jackal (Canis aureus).”
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