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Distributional records for seven species of mammals in southern New Mexico

Author: Keith Geluso
Publisher: Lubbock, TX : Museum of Texas Tech University, [2009]
Series: Occasional papers (Texas Tech University. Museum), no. 287.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Geographic distributions of mammals are not static, and natural changes in distribution often are related to changes in habitat and climate. Mammalian distributions also can change with human introductions, lack of prior surveys, and misidentification of museum specimens. Here, I report on distributional records for seven species of mammals in southern New Mexico, including Nasua narica, Ammospermophilus harrisii,  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Geluso
OCLC Number: 426046228
Notes: Caption title.
"15 April 2009."
Description: 7 pages ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Occasional papers (Texas Tech University. Museum), no. 287.
Responsibility: Keith Geluso.

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Geographic distributions of mammals are not static, and natural changes in distribution often are related to changes in habitat and climate. Mammalian distributions also can change with human introductions, lack of prior surveys, and misidentification of museum specimens. Here, I report on distributional records for seven species of mammals in southern New Mexico, including Nasua narica, Ammospermophilus harrisii, Chaetodipus baileyi, Dipodomys merriami, Peromyscus truei, Sigmodon fulviventer, and Sigmodon hispidus. For one species (A. harrisii), new records likely reflect a distributional shift related to recent changes in habitat, whereas others (C. baileyi, D. merriami, P. truei, S. fulviventer, and S. hispidus) likely represent overlooked populations because of a paucity of published surveys in the region. For N. narica, data include details on localities of record and reproductive data for a species previously known from the region but lacking specific details. Continued surveys and documentation of distributional limits of mammals will allow us to better evaluate how environmental changes affect biological communities and will help us to interpret new extra-limital records.

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