The Mammals of Trans-Pecos Texas: Including Big Bend National Park and Guadalupe Mountains National Park
Describes the characteristics, distribution, behavior, and life history of marsupials, moles, shrews, bats, armadillos, rabbits, hares, rodents, carnivores, sheep, deer, and bison found in west Texas
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Mammalian Habitats and Factors Influencing Distribution
Specimens Examined and Additional Records
Plants Named in the Text
Additional Records Alpine areas ASVRC Average external measurements Balmorhea Bandera Mesa Basin BBNHA BBNP BGWMA Brewster County brown Chinati Mts Chisos Mountains Chisos Mts color Creek Culberson Davis Mountains Davis Mts Distribution DMNHT DMSP Emory Peak feet females G BB GMNP grassland Guadalupe Mountains Guadalupe Peak habitats head and body hind foot hooded skunks Horn Hudspeth hwys Jeff Davis juniper kangaroo rat Langtry litter Madera Canyon MALB mammals Marathon Marfa McKittrick Canyon measurements are total Merriam mesquite Myotis NTSU NW Ft occurs Panther Junction Paso City Hall Pecos River Perognathus Peromyscus Pine Canyon Pine Springs pocket gopher pocket mouse Presidio County Ranch Reeves rock rocky Sheffield Sierra Blanca Sierra Vieja skunk soils species specimens SRSU Stockton Plateau SW Marfa tail TCWC Terlingua Terrell Texas TNHC total length Toyahvale Trans-Pecos UIMNH UMMZ upper USNM Val Verde Valentine vegetation wood rat Ysleta