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  • Measey, G. J. (2004). ''Are caecilians rare? An East African perspective.'' Journal of East African Natural History, 93, 1-21.
  • Measey, G. J., Smita, M., Beyo, R. S., and Oommen, O. V. (2008). ''Year-round spermatogenic activity in an oviparous subterranean caecilian, Boulengerula taitanus Loveridge 1935 (Amphibia Gymnophiona Caeciliidae).'' Tropical Zoology, 21, 109-122.
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