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A Synopsis of the North American Lagomorpha   By: (1902-1986)

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A Synopsis of the North American Lagomorpha



University of Kansas Publications Museum of Natural History

Volume 5, No. 10, pp. 119 202, 68 figures in text December 15, 1951

University of Kansas




The University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History, are offered in exchange for the publications of learned societies and institutions, universities and libraries. For exchanges and information, address the EXCHANGE DESK, UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LIBRARY, LAWRENCE, KANSAS, U. S. A.

MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. E. Raymond Hall, Chairman, Editorial Committee.

This series contains contributions from the Museum of Natural History. Cited as Univ. Kans. Publ., Mus. Nat. Hist.

Vol. 1. (Complete) Nos. 1 26. Pp. 1 638. August 15, 1946 January 20, 1951.

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. 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.

Vol. 4. In press.

Vol. 5. 1. Preliminary survey of a Paleocene faunule from the Angels Peak Area, New Mexico. By Robert W. Wilson. Pp. 1 11, 1 figure in text. February 24, 1951.

2. Two new moles (genus Scalopus) from Mexico and Texas. By Rollin H. Baker. Pp. 17 24. February 28, 1951.

3. Two new pocket gophers from Wyoming and Colorado. By E. Raymond Hall and H. Gordon Montague. Pp. 25 32. February 28, 1951.

4. Mammals obtained by Dr. Curt von Wedel from the barrier beach of Tamaulipas, Mexico. By E. Raymond Hall. Pp. 33 47, 1 figure in text. October 1, 1951.

5. Comments on the taxonomy and geographic distribution of some North American rabbits. By E. Raymond Hall and Keith R. Kelson. Pp. 49 58. October 1, 1951.

6. Two new subspecies of Thomomys bottae from New Mexico and Colorado. By Keith R. Kelson. Pp. 59 71, one figure in text. October 1, 1951.

7. A new subspecies of Microtus montanus from Montana and comments on Microtus canicaudus Miller. By E. Raymond Hall and Keith R. Kelson. Pp. 73 79. October 1, 1951.

8. A new pocket gopher (genus Thomomys) from Eastern Colorado. By E. Raymond Hall. Pp. 81 85. October 1, 1951.

9. Mammals taken along the Alaska highway. By Rollin H. Baker. Pp. 87 117, 1 figure in text... Continue reading book >>

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