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A New Subspecies Of Microtus Montanus From Montana And

Auhtor: E Raymond Hall

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A New Subspecies Of Microtus Montanus From Montana And Comments On Microtus Canicaudus Miller by E Raymond Eugene Raymond Hall. This title has fewer than 24 printed text pages. A New Subspecies of Microtus montanus from Montana and Comments on Microtus canicaudus Miller is presented here in a high quality kindle edition. This popular classic work by E. Raymond Eugene Raymond Hall is in the English language. If you enjoy the works of E. Raymond Eugene Raymond Hall then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.

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... of Microtus montanus from Montana and Comments on Microtus canicaudus Miller. E. RAYMOND HALL and KEITH R. KELSON. University of Kansas Publications ...
... October 1, 1951. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS Lawrence, Kansas. PRINTED BY FERD VOILAND, JR., STATE PRINTER TOPEKA, KANSAS 1951. 23-7438. A New Subspecies ...
... adult, skull and skin, No. 34004, Univ. Kansas, Mus. Nat. Hist. from 6 mi. E Hamilton, 3700 ft., Ravalli County, Montana obtained ...
... distinct, medial spine, otherwise approximately rectangular in shape exposed parts of upper incisors short and, for the species, only slightly procumbent ...
... are all of males, those of M. m. nanus being of nine topotypes and near topotypes from central Idaho): size smaller (149 mm. as opposed to 165), ...
... 48.6 as opposed to 46.7), braincase slightly more vaulted (depth of braincase expressed as a percentage of basilar length, 31.3 as opposed to 30.4) ...
... southward to the southern end of the Bitterroot Valley we have not seen specimens from that area. Although we have not examined the specimen reported ...
... the adjoining part of British Columbia M. m. canescens does not occur so far east as Montana. Grateful acknowledgment is made to those persons in ...
... significant morphological differences in the populations sampled and believe that pooling of the measurements is justifiable in this case. Measurements ...
... width of rostrum, 4.7, 4.8 (5.0-4.6) interorbital breadth, 3.2, 3.4 (3.6-3.2). Measurements of females, other than those of the holotype, are not ...
... Gallatin River, 1. Park Co.: Lamar River, 7000 ft., 2 Gardiner, 1. Sweetgrass Co.: near head Big Timber Cr., Crazy Mts., 1 Big Timber Cr., 5200 ft., ...
... arranged several nominal species of Microtus as subspecies of the species Microtus montanus, Microtus canicaudus was not included because that writer ...
... uniform grayish above and below auditory bullae much inflated lateral pits at posterior edge of bony palate unusually shallow. Because the tails of ...
... montanus canescens to the northward, M. m. nanus to the eastward, and M. m. montanus to the southward. In canicaudus we have noted one additional differential ...
... have the yellowish color of canicaudus to a considerable degree, and show intergradation between canicaudus and nanus in depth of the palatal ...
... have recorded canicaudus from the state of Washington. Our examination of specimens leads us to conclude, as did Dalquest (Univ. Kansas Publ., Mus. Nat. ...
... of Warm Springs. In brief, Bailey probably did not see any specimens of canicaudus or specimens of any other subspecies of Microtus montanus from ...
... Bats of the Family Vespertilionidae N. Amer. Fauna 13 1-140 3 pls. 39 figs. in text October 16 1897 the red bat _Lasiurus borealis_ was known from the ...
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