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by Walter W. Dalquest,Frederick B. Stangl Jr.,J. Knox Jones Jr.

eBook Mammalian Zoogeography of a Rocky Mountain-Great Plains Interface in New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas (Special Publications) download ISBN: 0896722309
Author: Walter W. Dalquest,Frederick B. Stangl Jr.,J. Knox Jones Jr.
Publisher: Texas Tech University Press (January 15, 1990)
Language: English
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Mammalian Zoogeography of a Rocky Mountain-Great Plains Interface in New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas Walter W. Bats of Jalisco, Mexico Larry C. Watkins, J. Knox Jones, Jr. and Hugh H. Genoways, 1972

Mammalian Zoogeography of a Rocky Mountain-Great Plains Interface in New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas Walter W. Dalquest, Frederick B. Stangl, Jr. and J. Knox Jones, J. 1990. Biosystematics of the Yellow-faced Pocket Gopher, Cratogeomys castanops (Rodentia: Geomyidae) in the United States Robert R. Hollander, 1990. Genoways, 1972. H hardbound, P paperbound All issues not marked are paperbound.

Mammalian zoogeography of a Rocky Mountain-Great Plains interface in New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas . 1975; Davis and Bissell 1989; Dalquest et al. 1990). However, we did not observe Abert's squirrels during our study.

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Mammalian Zoogeography of a Rocky Mountain - Great Plains Interface in New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. Evolution of a Desert Mammalian Fauna: A 10,000-Year History of Mammals from Culberson & Jeff Davis Counties, Trans-Pecos Texas. by Frederick B. Stangl.

Mammalian zoogeography of a Rocky Mountain-Great Plains interface in New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas

Mammalian zoogeography of a Rocky Mountain-Great Plains interface in New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. The prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster) today is considered a species of the Great Plains, whose range extends from the interior grasslands ofsouthern Canada to central Oklahoma and the norther. More).

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Knox Jones's pocket gopher (Geomys knoxjonesi) is a species of pocket gopher found in Texas and New Mexico. This species is named for Dr. J. (1929–1992), a prolific mammalogist at Texas Tech University

Knox Jones's pocket gopher (Geomys knoxjonesi) is a species of pocket gopher found in Texas and New Mexico. (1929–1992), a prolific mammalogist at Texas Tech University. It is a relatively small gopher, with a total length of about 24 cm (. in), including an 8 cm (. in) tail, and weighing from 160 to 185 g (. to . oz). Males are slightly larger than females.

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New Mexico, constituent state of the . which became the 47th state of the union in 1912. It ranks fifth among the states in terms of total area and is bounded by Colorado to the north, Oklahoma and Texas to the east, Texas and Mexico to the south, and Arizona to the west. Thank you for your feedback.

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