Image from page 428 of "Bulletin - United States National Museum" (1877)
Title: Bulletin - United States National Museum
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MAMMALS OF THE MEXICAN BOUNDARY :<77 ONYCHOMY3 TORHIDUS ARENICOLA Mearns. EL PASO GRASSHOPPER MOUSE. Onychomys torridus arenicola Mearns, Proc. I . S. Nafc. Mus., XIX, 1896, p. 139 (p. 'â '< of advance sheet issued May '_'."), L896; original description). Milleh and Rehn.Ptoc. Bost.Soc. Nat. Hist., XXX, Dec. 27, 1901, p. G7 (Syst. Results Study X. Am. Main, to close of 1900). [Onychomys torridus] arenicola, Elliot, Field Col. Mus.. Zool. Ser., II. 1901, p. 122 (Synop. Mam. X. Am. |. 0[nychomys] f[orridus] arenicola, Elliot, Field Col. Mus.,Zool. Ser., [V,1904, pp. L65, 168 (Mam. Mid. Am.). Type-locality. Bank of the Rio Grande, about <i miles above the town of El Paso. Texas. (Type, skin and skull. Cat. No. IUH, I â s- National Museum.) Geographical range. Sonoran Zone of the Eastern Desert Tract. Description. -Slightly smaller than typical Onychomys torridus, with relatively smaller ears and a much paler cbloral ion. Above pale gray-
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