Mammal Lists and Keys
Checklist of Mammals North of Mexico: Pdf of Baker et al. 2003. Revised checklist of North American mammals north of Mexico, 2003. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 229:1-24. This is
the most up to date list of mammals in North America.
Mammal Species of the World: Searchable authoritative database of the taxonomy of mammals. Includes general information on distribution
and status. Includes standardized common names.
North American Mammals: A searchable field guide to the mammals of
Mammalian Species: Mammalian Species is a peer-reviewed publication
series of the American Society of Mammalogists. Each volume is an
account that summarizes available information on a particular species.
This site includes an index to the accounts and downloadable pdf files of
the first 631 accounts.
Mammals of the Pinaleño Mountains
Key to the small terrestrial mammals of the Grand Canyon
Checklist of California Mammals
Annotated Checklist of the Mammals of Colorado: Pdf of Saldana-
DeLeon and Jones 1998
Mammals of Kansas: Comprehensive field guide to Kansas mammals
Annotated Checklist of the Mammals of Nevada: PDF of Mantooth and
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Checklist of New Mexico Mammals. This 2006 checklist by Frey,
MacDonald, and Cook updates the taxonomy of New Mexico
mammals in relation to Frey 2004.
Taxonomy and Distribution of the Mammals of New Mexico:
An Annotated Checklist
PDF of Frey 2004. Taxonomy and distribution of the mammals of
New Mexico: an annotated checklist. Occasional Papers, Museum of
Texas Tech University 240:1-32.
Key to the Rodents of New Mexico. This is a comprehensive technical key to the rodents of New Mexico by J. Frey.
Frey Biological Research: Provides detailed data on several species of conservation concern in New Mexico.
ASM Checklist of New Mexico Mammals: Produced by the American
Society of Mammalogists, this checklist includes special status,
information on habitats, and references for Mammalian Species accounts
and slides on the ASM Mammal Slide Library. This list is currently not up
to date. However, it remains useful for quick searches for Mammalian
Species Account numbers and ASM slides.
Biota Information System of New Mexico (BISON-M): Species
accounts for vertebrates and many groups of invertebrate. Includes
taxonomy, distribution, habitats, natural history, etc. Use extreme
caution when using information from this site. Many references are
unpublished and some statements my pertain to specific subspecies or
situations other than indicated. While this is a good reference for quick
information, always verify information based on original citations.
Mammalian Type Localities in New Mexico: Pdf of Frey 1996. Mammalian type localities in New Mexico. Occasional Papers, The Museum
of Southwestern Biology, 7:1-21. This is a list of all location in New
Mexico where mammal taxa were described. Click this link for additions to
Mammals of Fort Bliss Military Base: Pdf of Clary et al. 1999. Checklist
of mammals from twelve habitat types at Fort Bliss Military Base;
1998. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University 192:1-16.
Field Key to the Terrestrial Small Mammals of the Mesilla Valley
Bosque, Doña Ana Co.
Field Key to the Terrestrial Small Mammals of the Fra
Cristobal Mountains, Sierra Co.
Field Key to Peromyscus maniculatus and P. leucopus in
south-central New Mexico
Field Key to the deer mice (genus Peromyscus) of
White Sands Missile Range
Field identification of terrestrial small mammals from the Tularosa Valley, New Mexico
Field key to the small terrestrial mammals (Orders Insectivora and Rodentia) of the Santa Fe watershed
Mammals of Oklahoma: Field guide to the mammals of Oklahoma
Annotated Checklist of the Mammals of Oklahoma: Pdf of Choate
and Jones 1998
The Mammals of Texas. Searchable online version of Davis and
Schmidly's 1994 book
Annotated Checklist to the Mammals of Texas: Pdf version of Manning
and Jones 1998
Annotated Checklist to the Marine Mammals of Texas: Pdf version of
Brant and Jones 2005
Mammals of Utah
Utah Division of Wildlife; includes GAP predicted habitat maps; otherwise,
little technical data
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