found only german Wikipedia,but maybe take a translator:
* The Joint Army/Gemeinsamen Armee from both parts of the country (this list),
* the imperial and royal/kaiserlich-königliche (kuk)Landwehr militia from all non-Hungarian parts of the country,
* the ku Landwehr (Honvéd) only from Hungary and the time belonged to Hungary parts of Serbia, Croatia, Romania (Transylvania) and Slovakia (Upper Hungary) .http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der_k.u.k._Kampftruppen
"Why do think 34/2 and 85/1.3 are Train versus Infanteria-Regiment or detachiertes Batallion? In either case I assume thse would by k.u.k?"
"For the Royal Hungarian Army, I understand the reasoning for 9/4, but why do suggest 15/3?"
possibilities think about stationed regiments-symbols on map for Zips and about uniform on picture: http://www.kuk-wehrmacht.de/regiment/img/oegarnkart1898.jpghttp://www.kuk-wehrmacht.de/img/oe1898_05.jpg
A Guide for Locating Military Records for the Various Regions of the Austro-Hungarian Empire:http://www.iabsi.com/gen/public/ahm.html