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Manuscripts
(submitted and in preparation)

Submitted manuscripts

Frey, J.K.  Genetics of allopatric populations of the montane vole (Microtus montanus) in the American Southwest.  Submitted to Western North American Naturalist
 
Frey, J.K., and J.N. Stuart.  Nine-banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) records in New Mexico, USA.  Submitted to Edentata
 
Frey, J.K., R.D. Fisher, and S.C. Peurach.  Emendation of the type locality of the Peñasco least chipmunk, Tamias minimus atristriatus (Bailey, 1913).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington.

Cervantes, F. A., I. Lopez-Hernandez, J. K. Frey. Microtus guatemalensis. Submitted to Mammalian Species.

Frey, J.K. and Z.J. Schwenke. Mammals of Sugarite Canyon State Park, Colfax County, New Mexico. Submitted to Occasional Papers, Museum of Southwestern Biology.

Frey, J.K., B.J. Frey, and D.W. Moore. Karyotypes of the long-tailed vole (Microtus longicaudus) in isolated mountain ranges of the American Southwest. Submitted to Southwestern Naturalist.

Wampler, C.R., J.K. Frey, D.M. VanLeeuwen, J.C. Boren, T.T. Baker. Mammals in mechanically thinned and non-thinned mixed coniferous forest in the Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico. Submitted to Southwestern Naturalist.

Frey, J.K. The red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) in New Mexico: new distributional records and extirpation from the Zuni Mountains. Submitted to Western North American Naturalist.

Frey, J.K., and J.L. Malaney. Decline of a riparian indicator species, the meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus), in relict montane habitats in the American Southwest. Submitted to Southwestern Naturalist

Manuscripts in revision

Hope, A. and J.K. Frey. Influence of species distributions on system-level island biogeographic patterns: An example based on boreal mammals in western North America. Journal of Biogeography.

Manuscripts in preparation

Frey, J.K. Habitat use by red squirrels in a region of extreme topographic and habitat heterogeneity. Journal of Wildlife Management.

Malaney, J.L., and J.K. Frey. Demography of snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus) at the southern edge of its range. Journal of Mammalogy.

Frey, J.K Habitat partitioning between two species of jumping mice (Zapus) in a zone of sympatry. Journal of Mammalogy

Frey, J.K. and G. Roemer. Historical spatial changes in biotic communities in the American Southwest. Journal of Arid Environments.

Frey, J.K. Mammals of New Mexico: a guide to their taxonomy, distribution, habitats, and conservation (Book)

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