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Mammals of the Chinati Mountains State Natural Area, Texas /
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Mammals of the Chinati Mountains State Natural Area, Texas /

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Series: Occasional papers / the Museum, Texas Tech University, no. 300.

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Lubbock, TX :Musuem of Texas Tech University,2011.

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Chinati Mountains , Mammals , Texas

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Mammals of the Chinati Mountains State Natural Area, Texas /

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Series: Occasional papers / the Museum, Texas Tech University, no. 300.

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Jones, Clyde, 1935-

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Book

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Published material

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Lubbock, TX :Musuem of Texas Tech University,2011.

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During a survey of the mammals of the Chinati Mountains State Natural Area (CMSNA), 934 individuals of 10 species of bats were captured from nine locations. An additional five species occur elsewhere in the Chinati Mountains (Schmidly 1991) and probably occur on the CMSNA as well. Antrozous pallidus was the most abundant bat, followed by Parastrellus hesperus, Myotis velifer, Tadarida brasiliensis, M. californicus, M. thysanodes, Mormoops megalophylla, Eptesicus fuscus, M. volans, and Lasiurus cinereus. A total of 34 species of non-volant mammals were recorded from the CMSNA. Of these, 28 species were documented by 732 voucher specimens, whereas six species were recorded by verifiable sightings or signs. The most commonly trapped rodents included Chaetodipus nelsoni (203), Peromyscus eremicus (129), Perognathus flavus (70), C. eremicus (54), and P. maniculatus (43).

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Chinati Mountains , Mammals , Texas

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QL719.T4 J663 2011

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title = {Mammals of the Chinati Mountains State Natural Area, Texas / },
volume = {no.300 (2011)},
copyright = {In copyright. Digitized with the permission of the rights holder.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/263851},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/157383 --- Caption title. --- During a survey of the mammals of the Chinati Mountains State Natural Area (CMSNA), 934 individuals of 10 species of bats were captured from nine locations. An additional five species occur elsewhere in the Chinati Mountains (Schmidly 1991) and probably occur on the CMSNA as well. Antrozous pallidus was the most abundant bat, followed by Parastrellus hesperus, Myotis velifer, Tadarida brasiliensis, M. californicus, M. thysanodes, Mormoops megalophylla, Eptesicus fuscus, M. volans, and Lasiurus cinereus. A total of 34 species of non-volant mammals were recorded from the CMSNA. Of these, 28 species were documented by 732 voucher specimens, whereas six species were recorded by verifiable sightings or signs. The most commonly trapped rodents included Chaetodipus nelsoni (203), Peromyscus eremicus (129), Perognathus flavus (70), C. eremicus (54), and P. maniculatus (43).},
publisher = {Lubbock, TX :Musuem of Texas Tech University,},
author = {Jones, Clyde,},
year = {2011},
pages = {32},
keywords = {Chinati Mountains|Mammals|Texas},
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TY - BOOK
TI - Mammals of the Chinati Mountains State Natural Area, Texas /
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PB - Musuem of Texas Tech University,
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N1 - Caption title. --- During a survey of the mammals of the Chinati Mountains State Natural Area (CMSNA), 934 individuals of 10 species of bats were captured from nine locations. An additional five species occur elsewhere in the Chinati Mountains (Schmidly 1991) and probably occur on the CMSNA as well. Antrozous pallidus was the most abundant bat, followed by Parastrellus hesperus, Myotis velifer, Tadarida brasiliensis, M. californicus, M. thysanodes, Mormoops megalophylla, Eptesicus fuscus, M. volans, and Lasiurus cinereus. A total of 34 species of non-volant mammals were recorded from the CMSNA. Of these, 28 species were documented by 732 voucher specimens, whereas six species were recorded by verifiable sightings or signs. The most commonly trapped rodents included Chaetodipus nelsoni (203), Peromyscus eremicus (129), Perognathus flavus (70), C. eremicus (54), and P. maniculatus (43).
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