The Mammals of Minnesota (Google eBook)

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Contents

ORDER POLYPROTODONTAO Opossums and Allies
17
ORDER INSECTIVORA Insectivores
20
Family Talpidae Moles
28
ORDER CHIROPTERA Bats
32
ORDER LAGOMORPHA Rabbits Hares and Pikas
43
ORDER RODENTIA Rodents
51
Family Geomyidae Pocket Gophers
74
Family Heteromyidae Pocket Mice and Kangaroo Rats
78
Family Procyonidae Raccoons and Allies
127
Family Mustelidae Weasels and Allies
129
Family Felidae Cats
149
ORDER ART1ODACTYLA Eventoed Ungulates
155
Family Antilocapridae Pronghorns
166
Family Bovidae Cattle and Allies
168
Domestic and Feral Mammals
170
Keys to Minnesota Mammals
175

Family Castoridae Beaver
79
Family Cricetidae New World Rats and Mice and Voles and Lemmings
82
Subfamily Microtinae Voles and Lemmings
89
Family Muridae Old World Rats and Mice
102
Family Zapodidae Jumping Mice
105
Family Erethizontidae Arboreal or New World Porcupines
109
ORDER CARNiVORA Carnivores
113
Family Ursidae Bears
124
Key to Adult Skins and Whole Specimens
177
Key to Skulls
184
Subspecies List
199
Glossary
201
Bibliography
215
Index
275
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Page 265 - Observations on the anatomy of the respiratory system of the river otter, sea otter, and harp seal: I. The topography, weight, and measurements of the lungs.
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