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abundant aquaticus areas bat Map beavers Black rat Blarina Bobcat body length braincase brown bat burrows caves cheek teeth collected coloration common Cook Cotton rat Cricetinae distinctly bicolored distribution dorsal ears Eastern Ecological Eptesicus foot usually forests fox squirrels gossypinus gray squirrels habitat hairs head and body hind foot Hoary bat humulis identified incisors infraorbital canal inhabiting interfemoral membrane Key to Species larger Lasiurus Long-tailed weasel mammals Mephitis mice Mississippi Game Mississippi Museum mouse Map Museum of Natural Muskrat myotis Map Myotis species Neotoma Norway rats notch numbers occur old fields opossums pelage Peromyscus leucopus polionotus populations posterior Postorbital process premolars Raccoon Rattus red bats Red fox Red wolf Reithrodontomys Rice rat sagittal crest Sciurus Seminole bat Short-tailed shrew Silver-haired bat skull length Southeastern Southeastern myotis specimens Striped skunk Swamp rabbit Sylvilagus Tishomingo County toes total length less upper incisors upper molar upper premolars wood rats zygomatic