University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History. v.14 (1960-1965)

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  1. Geographic Variation in the Harvest Mouse, Reithrodontomys megalotis, On the Central Great Plains And in Adjacent Regions
    By: Jones, J Knox - Mursaloglu, B
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History.
    Volume: 14
    Date: 1961-07-24
    Page Range: 9--27
    Publication info: Lawrence,University of Kansas.
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  2. A new subspecies of the black Myotis (bat) from Eastern Mexico
    By: Hall, E. Raymond (Eugene Raymond), - Alvarez, Ticul
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History.
    Volume: 14
    Date: 1961-12-29
    Page Range: 69--72
    Publication info: Lawrence,University of Kansas.
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  3. A new doglike carnivore, genus Cynarctus, from the Clarendonian, Pliocene, of Texas
    By: Hall, E. Raymond (Eugene Raymond), - Dalquest, Walter W
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History.
    Volume: 14
    Date: 1962-04-30
    Page Range: 135--138
    Publication info: Lawrence,University of Kansas.
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  4. The mammals of Veracruz
    By: Hall, E. Raymond (Eugene Raymond), - Dalquest, Walter W
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History.
    Volume: 14
    Date: 1960-05-20
    Page Range: 165--362
    Publication info: Lawrence,University of Kansas.
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  5. The recent mammals of Tamaulipas, Mexico
    By: Alvarez, T
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History.
    Volume: 14
    Date: 1963
    Page Range: 363--473
    Publication info: Lawrence,University of Kansas.
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  6. A new subspecies of the fruit-eating bat, Sturnira ludovici, from Western Mexico
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History.
    Volume: 14
    Date: 1964
    Page Range: 475--481
    Publication info: Lawrence,University of Kansas.
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