Taxonomy of the Chipmunks, Eutamias quadrivittatus and Eutamias umbrinus

Author: John A. White
Published: 1953
Language: English
Wordcount: 7,409 / 35 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 75.3
LoC Category: S
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Added to site: 2010.02.13
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Genres: Science, Post-1930
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dge, 4,000 ft., 1 UU. Wayne Co.: Fruita, 1 UU.

=Colorado=: Moffat Co.: 11 mi. W and 11 mi. N Rangely, 6,000 ft., 3. Rio Blanco Co.: White River, 5 BS. Eagle Co.: McCoy, 2 BS. Mesa Co.: 1-1/2 mi. S Loma, 4,600 ft., 1. Gunnison Co.: 1 mi. E Somerset, 6,100 ft., 1. Montrose Co.: 1 mi. E Naturita, 5,900 ft., 1. Dolores Co.: 1 mi. N Cahone, 6,900 ft., 1. Montezuma Co.: 1 mi. S Cortez, 5,000 ft., 1; Mesa Verde, 25 mi. SW Mancos, 7,000 ft., 2 BS.

=Arizona=: Navajo Co.: Keams Canyon, 80 mi. N Holbrook, 15 BS. Apache Co.: Summit, 8,000 ft., Luka Chukai Mountains, 15 mi. E Luka Chukai Navajo School, 8 BS; Wheatfield Creek, W slope Tunicha Mountains, 7,000 ft., 3 BS.

=Eutamias umbrinus= (J. A. Allen)

Diagnosis.--Size medium; pelage dark; sides dark; narrow cranial breadth; baculum distinguishable from that of any other species (E. palmeri excepted) by the combination of width of base mo

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