The birds of Cryptosealum forests, Zambia by C.W. Benson and M.P Stuart Irwin.

The Cryptosepalum forests characteristic of Kalahari sands in the north-western province of Zambia in the south of the Mwinilunga district, in the Kabompo district and the east of Balovale district are described by Trapnell and clothier(1957).

A note on iron age sites in the Zambezi valley, and on the escarpment in the Sipolilo district southern Rhodesia by K.R. Robinson, Historical Monuments Commission, Southern Rhodesia.

A good deal has been written on these ruins based on oral tradition and Portuguese records, mainly by Abraham(1959). Some connection between the Monomotapa dynasty and the ruins appears probable, but here we must confine ourselves to such archaeological evidence as is at present available and see what it tells us.

Ageing criteria in the spring hare, Pedetes capensis forster by C. Cameron Smith, Department of Zoology, University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Salisbury, Rhodesia

This paper presents a preliminary study of ageing criteria in the spring hare.

The Leopard’s Kopje culture: a preliminary report on recent work by K. R. Robinson, Historical Monuments Commission, Bulawayo.

When the leopard’s Kopje culture was first recorded it was already clear that it had much in common with the material from hillside, Bulawayo described by Schofield (1950) and probably also material from Mapungubwe hill.

The age at sexual maturity in male impala by Michael A. Kerr, Department of Zoology, University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Rhodesia.

The relationship between body weight and testis weight in male impala.

Variation in the white-crowned shrike(eurocephalus anguitimens smith, 1836) by P.A. Clancey, Director, Durban Museum, Durban.

Eurocephalus anguitimens a.Smith, 1836: between Latakoo and the tropic, ie north of Kuruman, northern Cape Province is a white crowned gregarious shrike closely allied to the helmet-shrikes.