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Natural History of the King Rail

Natural History of the King Rail

Date: May 1969
Creator: Meanley, Brooke
Description: Summary of the king rail, including history, distribution and migration, physical description, breeding biology, foods, feeding behavior, mortality factors, and status as a game bird.
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Biological Survey of Texas

Biological Survey of Texas

Date: October 24, 1905
Creator: Bailey, Vernon
Description: From introduction: "Report on the biological survey of Texas conducted over a number of years through collection of information and specimens. Focus on life zones and their subdivisions and on the mammals and reptiles of the state."
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Results of a Biological Survey of the San Francisco Mountain Region and Desert of the Little Colorado, Arizona

Results of a Biological Survey of the San Francisco Mountain Region and Desert of the Little Colorado, Arizona

Date: September 11, 1890
Creator: Merriam, C. Hart & Stejneger, Leonhard
Description: Brief summary of a biological survey of the Painted Desert, specifically the San Francisco Mountain region, and the Grand Canyon (CaƱon).
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Revision of the American Marmots

Revision of the American Marmots

Date: April 7, 1915
Creator: Howell, Arthur H.
Description: Discusses history, nomenclature, common names, habits, external characters, and specimens of American marmots. Describes, lists locations, and provides a key to species and subspecies.
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Results of a Biological Reconnoissance of South-Central Idaho

Results of a Biological Reconnoissance of South-Central Idaho

Date: July 30, 1891
Creator: Merriam, C. Hart & Stejneger, Leonhard
Description: Brief summary of south-central Idaho, including descriptions of subregions, mammals, birds, and reptiles.
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Results of a Biological Reconnaissance of the Yukon River Region

Results of a Biological Reconnaissance of the Yukon River Region

Date: October 6, 1900
Creator: Osgood, Wilfred H. & Bishop, Louis B.
Description: Brief summary of the Yukon River region, including itinerary of expedition, faunal districts, new species identified, and mammals and birds present.
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The Pocket Gophers (Genus Thomomys) of Arizona

The Pocket Gophers (Genus Thomomys) of Arizona

Date: 1947
Creator: Goldman, Edward A.
Description: Distributional study of the pocket gophers of Arizona, including economic status and species and subspecies.
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A Systematic Synopsis of the Muskrats

A Systematic Synopsis of the Muskrats

Date: April 29, 1911
Creator: Hollister, N.
Description: From introduction: "Systematic account of the genus Fiber through study of over 1,000 specimens, chiefly well-prepared skins, accompanied by skulls, together with many odd skulls and skeletons."
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Birds of the St. Croix River Valley: Minnesota and Wisconsin

Birds of the St. Croix River Valley: Minnesota and Wisconsin

Date: 1981
Creator: Faanes, Craig A.
Description: Summary of the birds of the St. Croix River Valley, including descriptions of each species' migration status and times of year, nesting season distribution, and habitat.
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Seven New White-winged Doves from Mexico, Central America, and Southwestern United States

Seven New White-winged Doves from Mexico, Central America, and Southwestern United States

Date: May 1968
Creator: Saunders, George B.
Description: Seven new subspecies of the white-winged dove (Zenaida asiatica) are described. The patterns of these recoveries are an invaluable aid to understanding racial distribution of this species. The extent of migration that breed in Central America is not yet adequately known. The range of the doves extends as far north as the southwestern United States.
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