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... Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico

William Henry Burt

... Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico

by William Henry Burt

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Published by University of Michigan press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico,
  • Sonora (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Mammals -- Mexico -- Sonora (State)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William Henry Burt.
      SeriesMiscellaneous publications. no. 39, Museum of zoology, University of Michigan
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL722 .B8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination77 p.
      Number of Pages77
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6376410M
      LC Control Number38028176
      OCLC/WorldCa1885658

      Geographic definition, of or relating to geography. See more.   BURT, W. H. Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico. University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Miscellaneous Publications CAIRE, W. A distribution and zoogeography of the mammals of Sonora, Mexico. Ph.D. dissertation, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

      MAMMFAUN is a taxon- and faunal unit-oriented bibliography of (mostly) pre publications concerning the geographical distribution of mammals. It includes faunal monographs, checklists, determination keys, taxonomic revisions, bibliographies, conservation status reports, field guides, etcany kind of publication that provides information. DISTRIBUTION. Known only from coastal lowlands in northwestern Mexico (figure 2) from southern Sonora (vicinity of Guaymas) southward to central Sinaloa (vicinity of El Dorado). Known altitudinal distribution is from sea level to at least ft ( m). Known records of occurrence for N. phenax were sum-marized by Birney and Jones ().

      Subspecies Of Corynorhinus townsendii; Common Name Townsend's Big-eared Bat; Synonomy Of; Dist Map False; Extinct False; Managed False; Fed Legal Status species of concern (former Category 2) Species Comments Synonyms:australis, ingens, intermedius, virginianus. squii pallescens. Located up in northwest Mexico, the state of Sonora extends throughout an impressive territory of , sq. kilometers, making it the second largest in the nation only surpassed by Chihuahua, an area which represents 9,2% of the total surface of the country.


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... Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico by William Henry Burt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burt, William Henry, Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico. FAUNAL RELATIONSHIPS AND GEOGRAPHIC DISTRI- BUTION OF MAMMALS IN SONORA, MEXICO INTRODUCTION THE mammalian fauna of the state of Sonora, Mexico, has remained little known up to the present day.

Although small collections of mammals have been secured at intervals for the past eighty-five years, no concentrated effort. Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico / By William Henry Burt.

Abstract "Literature cited": p. Mode of access: : The mission frontier in Sonora, / John Francis Bannon. New York: United States Catholic Historical Society, Author: William Henry Burt.

This item appears in the following Collection(s) Zoology, University of Michigan Museum of (UMMZ)Cited by: No. Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico. By WILLIAM H.

BURT. () 77 pp., 26 maps. $ No. Territorial behavior and populations of some small mammals in southern Michigan. By WILLIAM H. BURT. () 58 pp. out of. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: W.

Burt. The most comprehensive reference on Mexico's diverse mammalian fauna. Mammals of Mexico is the first reference book in English on the more than types of mammal species found in the diverse Mexican habitats, which range from the Sonoran Desert to the Chiapas cloud forests.

The authoritative species accounts are written by a Who’s Who of experts compiled by famed mammalogist and. Mammals in Flanders. Ecology and distribution from till Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico. Neotoma phenax (Merriam, ) Sonoran Woodrat Faunal relationships and geographic distri- Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico.

Article. An updated list of the mammals of Chihuahua state, Mexico was assembled from the literature and from museum specimens. We documented species (15 endemic to Mexico and 11 new for Chihuahua. Local-regional relationships and the geographic distribution of species Article in Global Ecology and Biogeography 13(1) - 21 February with 37 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Annotated checklist of the recent land mammals of Sonora, Mexico. in Life among the muses: papers in honor of James S. Findley (T. Yates, W. Gannon, and D. Wilson, eds. () The Distribution of the Land Mammals of Sonora, Mexico.

Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of ScienceJennifer K. Frey, Erik A. Beever, Charles D. Hathcock, Robert R. Parmenter and Marie L. by: Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico $6.

MP 45 Burt, W.H., 1/1/ Territorial behavior and populations of some small mammals in southern Michigan. MP 46 Blair, W.F., 1/1/ A contribution to the ecology and faunal relationships of the mammals of the Davis Mountain region, southwestern Texas $4.

This relationship suggests that the two kinds are neither subspecies of a single species, nor individual variants of a widespread, monotypic species, but probably are two different species.

Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico. Misc. Publ. Mus. Zool., Univ. Michigan,26 maps, February Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico $6 MP 45 Burt, W.H., 1/1/ Territorial behavior and populations of some small mammals in southern Michigan.

MP 46 Blair, W.F., 1/1/ A contribution to the ecology and faunal relationships of the mammals of the Davis Mountain region, southwestern Texas $4.

northern Mexico with general boundaries, much as drawn by Smith. Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora were discussed and biotic provinces embraced in the state were segregated by W.

Burt (Miscl. Publ. 39, Mus. Biogeographic region - Biogeographic region - Fauna: Although the earliest study of the geographic distribution of animals was that of Sclater in (see above History), it was Wallace who set the parameters to determine the zoogeographic regions, or realms, in his classic book, The Geographical Distribution of Animals ().

Wallace recognized three realms: Megagaea or Arcotogaea, which. Describes species of North American mammals, some with illustrations, and gives all the information necessary to identify them--size, weight, color, markings, and habits Mammals of the Great Lakes region by William Henry Burt (Book).

Fauna. Mexico is a country of biological diversity. In total number of species, it ranks fifth in the world. It ranks first in the total number of reptile species () and is home to more than 1, bird species, mammals ( found nowhere else on earth and the second-greatest diversity of.

Dipodoid Rodents (Genera Zapus, Napaeoaapus, Sicista, and Jaculus) BY DAVID KLINGENER Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico.

By WILLIAM H. BURT. () 77 pp., 26 maps. No. Territorial behavior and populations of some small mammals .Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico.

Miscellaneous Publications of the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Carmony, N. B. Onza: hunt for a legendary cat.

High-Lonesome Books, Silver City.Faunal relationships and geographic distribution of mammals in Sonora, Mexico. Where two of the faunal realms meet there is usually, though not always, a mixing of faunas.

With over illustrations from drawings by Philip R. Goodwin and from photographs, and with 40 faunal maps.