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Cranial variations in Neotoma micropus due to growth and individual differentiation

Allen, J. A.

Cranial variations in Neotoma micropus due to growth and individual differentiation

by Allen, J. A.

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Southern plains wood rat.,
  • Brain.

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    Other titlesCranial variations in Neotoma micropus
    Statementby J.A. Allen.
    SeriesBulletin of the American Museum of Natural History -- v. 6, article 9
    ContributionsAmerican Museum of Natural History.
    The Physical Object
    PaginationP. 233-246, [1] folded leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19841114M

    bordering the Medina River. Neotoma micropus inhabited only the honey mesquite uplands of the study site, which were approximately 4 ha. No woodrat nests were found in the riparian forest lowlands. The property was bordered to the S and W by cultivated fields, and to the N and E by paved roads. This area of Texas has a subtropical climate with hot. distribufion, number of N. micropus within the site, age, and spatial reference 33 6. Map of midden site IV constmcted by using UTM coordinates collected in the field to establish an overview of the midden site that includes sex distribufion, number of N. micropus within the site, age, and spafial reference 34 7.

    Neotoma albigula [White-throated Woodrat/Packrat] × Neotoma floridana [Eastern Woodrat] CHR. Parapatric contact zone in north-central Texas. Birney × Neotoma micropus [Southern Plains Woodrat] ENHR(w U.S.). A large fraction of the population is hybrid in southeastern Colorado, western Oklahoma, and northwestern Texas. The onset of cranial neural crest migration is early relative to both neural tube development and somite formation in Monodelphis. First arch neural crest cell migration is particularly advanced and begins before any somites appear or regional differentiation exists in the neural tube.

    In the southern part of the range, female Neotoma can breed any time of the year. In the north, females begin breeding in December or January and continue producing litters until August to October (Williams, ). The gestation period of Neotoma spp. varies from 30–40 days (Olson et al., ). The mothers wean the young in about 4 weeks and. SiteID DatasetID Type SiteName Latitude Longitude AgeOldest * * * +-.


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Cranial variations in Neotoma micropus due to growth and individual differentiation by Allen, J. A. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cranial variations in Neotoma micropus due to growth and individual differentiation. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 6, article 9. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History Cranial variations in Neotoma micropus due to growth and individual differentiation.

Cranial variations in Neotoma micropus due to growth and individual differentiation. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 6, article 9. By J. (Joel Asaph) AllenAuthor: J. (Joel Asaph) Allen. Cranial variations in Neotoma micropus due to growth and individual differentiationpp.

– Castle. Body size and body proportions in relation to growth rates and natural selection. Science, vol. 76, pp. – Google Scholar. Crossref. Search ADS. PubMed Dice. Variation in a geographic race of the Cited by: 8. The Southern Plains woodrat (Neotoma micropus) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae.

It is found in northwest Mexico and in Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas in the United States. References Musser, G. and M.

Carleton. Superfamily Muroidea. – in Mammal Species of the World a Taxonomic and Class: Mammalia. Cranial variations in Neotoma micropus due to growth and individual differentiation J.

Allen A measure of variability, and the relation of individual variations to specific differences. The degree of concordance between patterns of divergence in genetic and morphological characters provides insight into the process of evolutionary diversification. We analyzed species-wide morphological variation in a broadly distributed species of small mammal, the bushy-tailed woodrat (Neotoma cinerea), for comparison against a recently developed mitochondrial.

Neotoma micropus planiceps Goldman, ; Neotoma micropus surberi Elliot, ; References. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 7: Neotoma micropus in Mammal Species of the World. Wilson, Don E. & Reeder, DeeAnn M. (Editors) Mammal Species of the World – A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference.

Third edition. ISBN (Baker [] reported only the southern plains woodrat, Neotoma micropus; but Baker [] cited Baker [] as reporting both N. micropus and. Woodrats (genus Neotoma) are medium-sized rodents distributed across portions of southern Canada, most of the continental United States, Mexico (including Baja California), and northern Central America ().Since Say and Ord () erected the genus, there has been much debate on how many subgenera and species groups should be included within the genus and which taxa.

Abstract. Identification of the X chromosome is unequivocal, but the Y chromosome is not distinguishable from the two smallest autosomes. The specimens were collected by Mr.

James L. Patton from 16km north of Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Neotoma mexicana. Neotoma micropus. Neotoma nelsoni. Neotoma palatina. Neotoma phenax. Neotoma stephensi.

Neotoma varia. Mga kasarigan. Mga sumpay ha gawas. An Wikimedia Commons mayda media nga nahahanungod han: Neotoma: An Wikispecies in may-ada impormasyon nga may pagkahisumpay ha: Neotoma.

Распрострањење. Врста је присутна у Мексику и Сједињеним Америчким Државама. Станиште. Врста Neotoma micropus има станиште на копну. Угроженост. Ова врста није угрожена, и наведена је као последња брига јер има широко.

Tail remains hairless until ca. 3 weeks. Mean growth rates of juveniles (body mass ≤ g) and subadults (– g) in western Virginia were and g/day, respectively (Mengak a).

Mother and young remain together until individual young weigh ≥ g (Mengak a). Fig. Lingual and occlusal views of ml's showing character of antero-internal grooves used for coding. I) Neotoma albigula, coding 2) Neotoma micropus, coding 3) Neotoma goldmani, coding 4) Neotoma mexicana, coding terns); 4) heavy (enamel patterns obviously distorted in propor.

Woodrats (genus Neotoma) are a principal host of Whitewater Arroyo arenavirus (WWAV—Fulhorst et al., ; Kosoy et al. ), with isolates reported from 4 species: Neotoma albigula (changed to N. leucodon by Edwards et al. ), N. cinerea, N. mexicana, and N. ic rodents (usually 1 or 2 closely related species) are the.

Cranial variations in Neotoma micropus due to growth and individual differentiation. and, On the rediscovery of the genus Neotoma in New York State. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 6, article Holding Institution: American Museum of Natural History Library.

Remarks on individual and seasonal variation in a large series of Elainea from. Neotoma micropus é uma espécie de roedor da família Cricetidae.

Pode ser encontrada nos seguintes países: México e Estados Unidos da América. Referências (em inglês) Baillie, J. (Neotoma)%20micropus Neotoma micropus. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Genetic Variation in Multilocus Microsatellite Genotypes in Two Species of Woodrats (Neotoma macrotis and N.

fuscipes) from California. Journal of Mammalogy, 88/3: Matocq, M. Morphological and Molecular Analysis of a Contact Zone in the Neotoma fuscipes Species Complex. Journal of Mammalogy, 83/3: Matocq, M. PREFERRED HABITAT: Bushy-tailed woodrats are the most boreal species within the Neotoma genus [47,51].They inhabit areas from sea level to 14, feet (4, m) and are most often associated with montane habitats [47,61,].Bushy-tailed woodrats are arboreal rodents [13,21,26,29,30,47], associating primarily with ponderosa pine, Douglas-fir, spruce (Abies.

Eight species currently occur in the region (Harris b): Neotoma albigula, N. cinerea, N. devia, N. lepida, N. leucodon, N. mexicana, N. micropus, and N. stephensi. Neotoma devia and N. lepida were recognized as separate species after most records were published and, since their ranges overlap, are given as N.

devia/lepida, indicating that. Neotoma; Sailkapen zientifikoa; Erreinua: Animalia: Filuma: Chordata: Klasea: Mammalia: Neotoma Cricetidae animalia familiako generoa da, karraskarien barruan sailkatua.This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation Grants DRLDRLDUEDRLand DUE Additional support has come from the Marisla Foundation, UM College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Museum of Zoology, and Information and Technology Services.Neotoma micropus là một loài động vật có vú trong họ Cricetidae, bộ Gặm ài này được Baird mô tả năm Chú thích.