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Two new subspecies of Thomomys bottae from New Mexico and Colorado.

Keith R. Kelson

Two new subspecies of Thomomys bottae from New Mexico and Colorado.

by Keith R. Kelson

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Published by University of Kansas in Lawrence .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico.,
  • Colorado.
    • Subjects:
    • Pocket gophers.,
    • Mammals -- New Mexico.,
    • Mammals -- Colorado.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesUniversity of Kansas publications. Museum of Natural History. [Publications], v. 5, no. 6
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH1 .K27 vol. 5, no. 6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination61-71 p.
      Number of Pages71
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6106090M
      LC Control Number51062732
      OCLC/WorldCa4415760

      We synthesize observations from to of a contact zone involving two subspecies of pocket gophers (Thomomys bottae connectens and T. b. opulentus) and their respective chewing lice (Geomydoecus aurei and G. centralis) along the Rio Grande Valley in New Mexico, U.S.A., to test predictions about the dynamics of the zone. Historically, the natural flood cycle . Science, , mal, and allozymic studies on a contact zone in the pocket – gopher, Geomys. Evolution, 43, 63– Kelson KR () Two new subspecies of Thomomys bottae from Ballard JW, Kreitman M () Is mitochondrial DNA a strictly New Mexico and Colorado. University of Kansas Publications, 5, neutral marker?

      Thomomys bottae paguatae, new subspecies TYPE.-Mature female, sltill and sliull, University of Michi- gan Museum of Zoology (U.M.M.Z.)No. ; New Mexico, Valencia County, one-half inile north of Cebolleta [Seboj~eta. In the synonymy of each subspecies there appears only the first usage of a name, second the first usage of the name combination now employed unless a new combination is proposed by me, and third pure synonyms. The last is recognizable as .

      In J. A. Allen described a new species of pocket gopher, Thomomys atrovarius, on the basis of 3 specimens collected from the coastal lowlands of Sinaloa, described the pelage of these specimens as “[a]bove plumbeous, slightly tinged with brown through a slight brownish tipping of the hairs; below plumbeous, the hairs very slightly grayish tipped” (Allen . Hall, E. R., and K. R. Kelson. A new subspecies of Microtus montanus from Montana and comments on Microtus canicaudus Miller. University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History, – Kelson, K. R. Two new subspecies of Thomomys bottae from New Mexico and Colorado.


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Request PDF | On Sep 2,Cheri A. Jones Colleen N. Baxter and others published Thomomys bottae | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Botta's pocket gopher (Thomomys bottae) is a pocket gopher native to western North is also known in some sources as valley pocket gopher, particularly in the specific and common names of this species honor Paul-Émile Botta, a naturalist and archaeologist who collected mammals in California in and Descriptions of two subspecies of pocket gopher (Thomomys bottae) from Sonora Item Preview remove-circle Descriptions of two subspecies of pocket gopher (Thomomys bottae) from Sonora by S B Benson; D F Tillotson.

Publication date Usage Attribution-Noncommercial Collection. Two new subspecies of Thomomys bottae from New Mexico and Colorado. Univ. Kans. Publ., Mus. Nat. Hist., MAYR, E. Systematics and the origin of species. Columbia Univ. Press, N.Y. MAERZ, A. AND M. PAUL. A dictionary of color.

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In order to avoid confusion in describing new subspecies the following forms from east of the Colorado River currently assigned, except cervinus, to perpallidus are trans ferred to fulvus: Thomomys fulvus chrysonotus Grinnell. We synthesize observations from to of a contact zone involving two subspecies of pocket gophers (Thomomys bottae connectens and T.

opulentus. The phylogeography of the Thomomys bottae–umbrinus complex in the United States and Mexico was assessed with sequences of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. These sequences were obtained from individuals representing locations over the range, including 56 sequences from GenBank.

( bp) sequences were used for Bayesian. New Mexico by J. Frey (, Museum of Texas Tech University Occasional Papers Number ). It comprises all native and non-native species of mammals that occur, or recently occurred, in New Mexico. Scientific and common names generally follow Mammal Species of the World by D.

Wilson and D. Reeder (, John Hopkins University Press). The data indicate that, in Thomomys: (1) interspecific variation is extensive but, while some congeneric species differ by as much as %, others are identical in C-value; (2) intraspecific differentiation can be extensive with C-values differing by as much as 35%; and (3) populations of the same subspecies with apparently similar karyotypes.

Two New Subspecies of Thomomys bottae from New Mexico and Colorado. University of Kansas Museum of Natural History,Publications, 5 (6):1 figure. Offprint, minor signs of use and age, text in very good condition.

$ 6. Two new subspecies of Thomomys bottae from New Mexico and Colorado. By Keith R. Kelson. 59 71, one figure in text. October 1, 7. A new subspecies of Microtus montanus from Montana and comments on Microtus canicaudus Miller.

By E. Raymond Hall and Keith R. Kelson. 73 October 1, 8. Thomomys bottae. Botta’s pocket gopher or valley pocket gopher are two common names for this fossorial (i.e., digging or burrowing) mammal.

Botta (or bottae) honors Italian Paolo Emilio Botta, a 19th century naturalist, who visited California in on a collecting expedition for the Museum of Natural History of Paris. Buy University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History, Volume 5, on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.

Diploid number for individuals representing 56 subspecies is 2n = 76 (Thaeler, ), but varies; 2n = 74 for T. simulus, 2n = 74–76 for T.

opulentus from New Mexico, 2n = 75–76 for T. mearnsi from New Mexico, 2n = 76–78 for T. bottae from western Texas, and 2n = 82 for T.

pervagus from Colorado (Berry and Baker Geographic Range. Thomomys talpoides lives in the dry short-grass prairies, and has the greatest range of any pocket gopher in North America. They occur on both sides of the continental divide, ranging from mid-Manitoba in the north, to New Mexico at the south end.

Botta's pocket gopher is a pocket gopher native to western North America. It is also known in some sources as valley pocket gopher, particularly in California.

Both the specific and common names of this species honor Paul-Émile Botta, a naturalist and archaeologist who collected mammals in California in the s and s. Two new subspecies of Thomomys bottae from New Mexico and Colorado. Pp. October 1, MS HALL, E.

R., KELSON, K. R. A new subspecies of Microtus montanus from Montana and comments on Microtus canicaudus Miller. Pp. October 1, MS HALL, E. R. A new pocket gopher (genus Thomo-mys) from eastern Colorado.Fig. 2. Sample localities of pocket gophers, Thomomys bottae, from New Mexico.

Localities are indicated by number (Rio Grande Valley samples), or by letter (reference samples from elsewhere in New Mexico; see Specimens Examined). In the inset map of New Mexico, the area above the foot contour is shaded.InCoues again referred these same animals to Thomomys talpoides bulbivorus, using the name umbrinus for the animals of only southern Utah (Coues,).

The two names Thomomys bottae and Thomomys talpoides, now applicable to gophers in Utah, were synonomized under the name Thomomys talpoides bulbivorus by Coues (; ).