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The Mammals of Trans-Pecos Texas: Including Big Bend National Park and ...

David J. Schmidly - Science - 1977 - 225 pages
Describes the characteristics, distribution, behavior, and life history of marsupials, moles, shrews, bats, armadillos, rabbits, hares, rodents, carnivores, sheep, deer, and ...
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Bats of Texas

Loren K. Ammerman, Christine L. Hice, David J. Schmidly - Nature - 2012 - 305 pages
Revision and enlargement of: Bats of Texas / David J. Schmidly. 1991.
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Texas Natural History: A Century of Change

David J. Schmidly - Nature - 2002 - 534 pages
Donovan Stewart Correll Memorial Award One hundred years ago, Texas was very different. A rural population was spread thinly across the eastern and central parts of the state ...
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The marine mammals of the Gulf of Mexico

Bernd G. Würsig, Thomas A. Jefferson, David J. Schmidly - Nature - 2000 - 232 pages
The Gulf of Mexico teems with a much greater number and range of whales, dolphins, and other mammalian species than was suspected only a few years ago.In The Marine Mammals of ...
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A Guide to the Mammals of the Southeastern United States

Larry N. Brown - Nature - 1997 - 236 pages
The book is organized according to the various mammalian orders (insectivores, bats, pouched mammals, rabbits and hares, whales, and so on) under which the species accounts are ...
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The Mammals of Minnesota

Harvey L. Gunderson, James R. Beer - Nature - 1953 - 190 pages
The Mammals of Minnesota was first published in 1953. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published ...
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Latin American Mammalogy: History, Biodiversity, and Conservation

Michael A. Mares, David J. Schmidly - Science - 1991 - 468 pages
In this volume thirty-six scientists from Latin American and the United States contribute substantially to our knowledge of Latin American mammals. Part 1 provides a history of ...
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