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UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS PUBLICATIONS MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

Volume 11, No. 8, pp. 443 516 August 1, 1959

Birds From Coahuila, México

BY EMIL K. URBAN

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LAWRENCE 1959

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS PUBLICATIONS MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS PUBLICATIONS MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

Institutional libraries interested in publications exchange may obtain this series by addressing the Exchange Librarian, University of Kansas Library, Lawrence, Kansas. Copies for individuals, persons working in a particular field of study, may be obtained by addressing instead the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. There is no provision for sale of this series by the University Library which meets institutional requests, or by the Museum of Natural History which meets the requests of individuals. However, when individuals request copies from the Museum, 25 cents should be included, for each separate number that is 100 pages or more in length, for the purpose of defraying the costs of wrapping and mailing.

An asterisk designates those numbers of which the Museum's supply (not the Library's supply) is exhausted. Numbers published to date, in this series, are as follows:

Vol. 1. Nos. 1 26 and index. Pp. 1 638, 1946 1950.

Vol. 2. (Complete) Mammals of Washington. By Walter W. Dalquest. Pp. 1 444, 140 figures in text. April 9, 1948.

Vol. 3. 1. The avifauna of Micronesia, its origin, evolution, and distribution. By Rollin H. Baker. Pp. 1 359, 16 figures in text. June 12, 1951.

2. A quantitative study of the nocturnal migration of birds. By George H. Lowery, Jr. Pp. 361 472, 47 figures in text. June 29, 1951.

3. Phylogeny of the waxwings and allied birds. By M. Dale Arvey. Pp. 473 530, 49 figures in text, 13 tables. October 10, 1951.

4. Birds from the state of Veracruz, Mexico. By George H. Lowery, Jr., and Walter W. Dalquest. Pp. 531 649, 7 figures in text, 2 tables. October 10, 1951.

Index. Pp. 651 681.

Vol. 4. (Complete) American weasels. By E. Raymond Hall. Pp. 1 466, 41 plates, 31 figures in text. December 27, 1951.

Vol. 5. Nos. 1 37 and index. Pp. 1 676, 1951 1953.

Vol. 6. (Complete) Mammals of Utah, taxonomy and distribution . By Stephen D. Durrant. Pp. 1 549, 91 figures in text, 30 tables. August 10, 1952.

Vol. 7. 1. Mammals of Kansas. By E. Lendell Cockrum. Pp. 1 303, 73 figures in text, 37 tables. August 25, 1952.

2. Ecology of the opossum on a natural area in northeastern Kansas. By Henry S. Fitch and Lewis L. Sandidge. Pp. 305 338, 5 figures in text. August 24, 1953.

3. The silky pocket mice (Perognathus flavus) of Mexico. By Rollin H. Baker. Pp. 339 347, 1 figure in text. February 15, 1954.

4. North American jumping mice (Genus Zapus). By Philip H. Krutzsch. Pp. 349 472, 47 figures in text, 4 tables. April 21, 1954.

5. Mammals from Southeastern Alaska. By Rollin H. Baker and James S. Findley. Pp. 473 477. April 21, 1954.

6. Distribution of Some Nebraskan Mammals. By J. Knox Jones, Jr. Pp. 479 487. April 21, 1954.

7. Subspeciation in the montane meadow mouse. Microtus montanus, in Wyoming and Colorado. By Sydney Anderson. Pp. 489 506, 2 figures in text. July 23, 1954.

8. A new subspecies of bat (Myotis velifer) from southeastern California and Arizona. By Terry A. Vaughan. Pp. 507 512. July 23, 1954.

9. Mammals of the San Gabriel mountains of California. By Terry A... Continue reading book >>




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