Publications Citing UIMNH Specimens Incorporated into the MSB Collection

 

  1. Cryan, Paul M.  2003. Seasonal Distribution of Migratory Tree Bats (Lasiurus and lasionycteris) in North America. Journal of Mammalogy 84(2):579-593.
  2. Victor E. Diersing.1980. Systematics and Evolution of the Pygmy Shrews (Subgenus Microsorex) of North America. Journal of Mammalogy 61(1):76-101.
  3. Diersing, Victor E., and Donald F. Hoffmeister. 1974. The Rock Mouse, Peromyscus difficilis, in Western Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist 19(2):213.
  4. Diersing, Victor E., and Donald F. Hoffmeister. 1977.  Revision of the Shrews Sorex merriami and a Description of a New Species of the Subgenus Sorex. Journal of Mammalogy 58(3):321-333.
  5. Diersing, Victor E., and Donald F. Hoffmeister. 1974. The Rock Mouse, Peromyscus difficilis, in Western Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist 19(2):213.
  6. Dragoo, Jerry W., Rodney L. Honeycutt and David J. Schmidly. 2003. Taxonomic Status of White-Backed Hog-Nosed Skunks, Genus Conepatus (Carnivora: Mephitidae). Journal of Mammalogy 84(1):159-176.
  7. Easterla, David A.1968. Hispid Cotton Rat North of the Missouri River. The Southwestern Naturalist 13(3):364-365.
  8. Finley, Jr., Robert B., Jerry R. Choate and Donald F. Hoffmeister. 1986. Distributions and Habitats of Voles in Southeastern Colorado and Northeastern New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 31(2):263-266.
  9. Frey, Jennifer K., and Dwight W. Moore. 1990. Nongeographic Morphologic Variation in the Mexican Vole (Microtus mexicanus). Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science (1903-) 93(3/4):97-109.
  10. Gilbert, Paul F., and Douglas L. Gilbert. 1970. A Melanistic Chipmunk from Colorado. The Southwestern Naturalist 15(2):264-265.
  11. Hoffmeister, Donald F.  1956. Mammals of the Graham (Pinaleno) Mountains, Arizona. American Midland Naturalist 55( ):257-288.
  12. Hoffmeister, Donald F. 1957.  Review of the Long-Nosed Bats of the Genus Leptonycteris. Journal of Mammalogy 38(4): 454-461.
  13. Hoffmeister, Donald F. 1959. Distributional Records of Certain Mammals from Southern Arizona. The Southwestern Naturalist 4(1):14-19.
  14. Hoffmeister, Donald F.  1962. The Kinds of Deer, Odocoileus, in Arizona.  American Midland Naturalist 67(1):45-64.
  15. Hoffmeister, Donald F. 1963. The Yellow-nosed Cotton Rat, Sigmodon ochrognathus, in Arizona. American Midland Naturalist 70(2):429-441.
  16. Hoffmeister, Donald F. 1970. The Seasonal Distribution of Bats in Arizona: A Case for Improving Mammalian Range Maps. The Southwestern Naturalist 15(1):11-22.
  17. Hoffmeister, Donald F. 1971.  Mammals of Grand Canyon.  University of Illinois Press
  18. Hoffmeister, Donald F. 1974. The Taxonomic Status of Perognathus penicillatus minimus Burt. The Southwestern Naturalist 19(2):213-214.
  19. Hoffmeister, Donald F. 1977. Noteworthy Range Extensions of Mammals in Northern Mexico and Arizona.  The Southwestern Naturalist 22(1):150-151.
  20. Hoffmeister, Donald F. 1985. Mammals of Arizona. University of Arizona Press.
  21. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and Luis de la Torre. 1960. A Revision of the Wood Rat Neotoma stephensi.  Journal of Mammalogy 41(4):476-491.
  22. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and Luis de la Torre. 1961. Geographic Variation in the Mouse Peromyscus difficilis.  Journal of Mammalogy 42(1):1-13.
  23. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and Victor E. Diersing.  1973.  The Taxonomic Status of Peromyscus merriami goldmani Osgood, 1904. The Southwestern Naturalist 18(3):354-357.
  24. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and Victor E. Diersing.  1978. Review of the Tassel-Eared Squirrels of the Subgenus Otosciurus. Journal of Mammalogy 59(2):402-413.
  25. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and F.E. Durham. 1971. Mammals of the Arizona Strip including Grand Canyon National Monument. Technical Series, Museum. Northern Arizona 11:1-44.
  26. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and L. Scott Ellis.  1979. Geographic Variation in Eutamias quadrivittatus with Comments on the Taxonomy of Other Arizonan Chipmunks. The Southwestern Naturalist 24(4):655-665.
  27. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and W.W. Goodpaster. 1954. The mammals of the Huachua Mountains, southeastern Arizona.  University of Illinois Press
  28. Hoffmeister,R. G ., and D . F. Hoffmeister. 1991. The hyoid in North American squirrels, Sciuridae, with remarks on as-sociated musculature. Anales del Instituto de Biologica, Univ-ersidad Nacional Aut6noma de Mexico, Serie Zoologia, 62: 219-234
  29. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and M. Raymond Lee.  1963. Taxonomic Review of Cottontails, Sylvilagus floridanus and Sylvilagus nuttallii, in Arizona. American Midland Naturalist 70(1):138-148.
  30. Hoffmeister, D. F., and M. R. Lee. 1963. Revision of the desert cottontail, Sylvilagus audubonii, in the Southwest. J. Mamm., 44: 501-518.
  31. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and M. Raymond Lee. 1963. The Status of the Sibling Species Peromyscus merriami and Peromyscus eremicus.  Journal of Mammalogy 44(2):201-213.
  32. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and M. Raymond Lee. 1967.  Revision of the Pocket Mice, Perognathus penicillatus.  Journal of Mammalogy 48(3):361-380.
  33. Hoffmeister, D. F., and  I. Nader. 1963.  Distributional notes on Arizona mammals. Trans. Illinois State Acad. Sciences 56:92-93.
  34. Hoffmeister, Donald F., and Woodrow W. Goodpaster.  1962. Life History of the Desert Shrew Notiosorex crawfordi.  The Southwestern Naturalist 7(3/4):236-252.
  35. Lee, M. Raymond, David J. Schmidly and C. Catherine Huheey. 1972. Chromosomal Variation in Certain Populations of Peromyscus boylii and Its Systematic Implications. Journal of Mammalogy 53(4):697-707.
  36. Lee, M. Raymond and Earl G. Zimmerman. 1969.  Robertsonian Polymorphism in the Cotton Rat, Sigmodon fulviventer.  Journal of Mammalogy 50(2):333-339.
  37. Lindsay, Stephen L. 1981. Taxonomic and Biogeographic Relationships of Baja California Chickarees (Tamiasciurus). Journal of Mammalogy 62(4):673-682.
  38. Nader, Iyad A., and Donald F. Hoffmeister. 1983.  Bacula of Big-Eared Bats Plecotus, Corynorhinus, and Idionycteris. Journal of Mammalogy 64(3):528-529.
  39. Parker, Doreen I., Brian E. Lawhead and Joseph A. Cook. 1997. Distributional Limits of Bats in Alaska. Arctic 50(3):256– 265.
  40. Patterson, Bruce D. 1984. Geographic Variation and Taxonomy of Colorado and Hopi Chipmunks (Genus Eutamias). Journal of Mammalogy 65(3):442-456.
  41. Patton, James L., Huckaby, David G., & Álvarez-Castañeda, Sergio Ticul. (2008). The Evolutionary History and a Systematic Revision of Woodrats of the Neotoma lepida Group University of California Publications in Zoology 135.  University of California Press.
  42. Riddle, Brett R. and Jerry R. Choate. 1986. Systematics and Biogeography of Onychomys leucogaster in Western North America. Journal of Mammalogy 67(2):233-255.
  43. Rogers, Duke S., and David J. Schmidly. 1981. Geographic Variation in the White-Throated Woodrat (Neotoma albigula) from New Mexico, Texas, and Northern Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 26(2):167-181. 
  44. Schmidly, David J. 1972. Geographic Variation in the White-Ankled Mouse, Peromyscus pectoralis. The Southwestern Naturalist 17(2):113-138.
  45. Schmidly, David J. 1973. The Systematic Status of Peromyscus comanche.  The Southwestern Naturalist 18(3):269-278.
  46. Schmidly, David J. 1973. Geographic Variation and Taxonomy of Peromyscus boylii from Mexico and the Southern United States.  Journal of Mammalogy 54(1):111-130.
  47. Simons, Lee H., and Donald F. Hoffmeister.  2003. Sorex arizonae. Mammalian Species, No. 732:1-3.
  48. Sullivan, Robert M.. 1985.  Phyletic, Biogeographic, and Ecologic Relationships Among Montane Populations of Least Chipmunks (Eutamias minimus) in the Southwest. Systematic Zoology 34(4):419-448.
  49. Tumlison, Renn.  1993. Geographic Variation in the Lappet-Eared Bat, Idionycteris phyllotis, with Descriptions of subspecies. Journal of Mammalogy 74(2):412-421.
  50. Tumlison, Renn and Michael E. Douglas. 1992. Parsimony Analysis and the Phylogeny of the Plecotine Bats (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae). Journal of Mammalogy 73(2):276-285.
  51. Van Cura, N. J., and D. F. Hoffmeister. 1966. A taxonomic review of the grasshopper mouse, Onychomys, in Arizona. Journal of. Mammalogy 47:613-630.
  52. Wilkins, Kenneth T., and David J. Schmidly.  1979. Identification and Distribution of Three Species of Pocket Mice (Genus Perognathus) in Trans- Pecos Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist 24(1): (Mar. 30, 1979), pp. 17-31.
  53. Williams, Stephen L. and Catharine A. Hawks. 1992. Condition of Type Specimens of the Genus Peromyscus. Journal of Mammalogy 73(4):731-743.
  54. Yates, TL.  1976. Systematics of Scalopus aquaticus (Linnaeus) in Texas and adjacent states. Occasional papers - Museum, Texas Tech University. 
  55. Yates, Terry L. 1978.  The systematics and evolution of north american moles (insectivora: talpidae). PhD dissertation Texas Tech University.
  56. Zimmerman, Earl G. 1970. Additional Records of Bats from Utah. The Southwestern Naturalist, 15(2):263-264.
  57. Zimmerman, Earl G., and M. Raymond Lee. 1968. Variation in chromosomes of the cotton rat, Sigmodon hispidus. Chromosoma 24(2).