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Literary usage of Sifaka
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Madagascar, Mauritius and the Other East-African Islands by Conrad Keller (1901)
"... the middle finger is greatly lengthened and apparently serves sifaka (Propithecus). for pulling out alive the concealed larvae of lucanidae and ..."
2. Madagascar, Mauritius and the Other East-African Islands by Conrad Keller (1901)
"The fingers of the fore limb are exceedingly slender, the middle finger is greatly lengthened and apparently serves sifaka (Propithecus). for pulling out ..."
3. The Antananarvio Annual and Madagascar Magazine (1893)
"hazarded some questions upon the animals of the country. I learned from them that there were many sifaka in the neighbourhood. Now I only knew this animal ..."
4. A New Malagasy-English Dictionary by James Richardson (1885)
"SIDI'ONA, ». The name of a kind of cloth. sifaka, ». A species of lemur, the white indris. (Sak. ..."
5. Crete by Moritz Maurus (2001)
"sifaka 34, picturesque restaurant in a roofless old ruin. C3 Archaeological Museum: Od. ... Hand-finished knives and sickels are sold in Od. sifaka. ..."
6. Crete by Eva Apraku, Michele Macrakis, Reginald Hanicke, Matthias Eckolt (2001)
"sifaka 34, picturesque restaurant in a roofless old ruin. ... Odos sifaka. Arts and crafts from Chania are sold by the Association of Artistic Handicraft ..."
7. The Encyclopædia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... LORIS, Porro, sifaka and TARSIER.) (RL*) LENA, a river of Siberia, rising in the Baikal Mountains, on the W. side of Lake Baikal, in 54° 10' N. and 107° ..."