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The routes traveled in the total of 573 days that I spent in field study are shown in figure 1. The many residents of Nevada constitute still another important source of information. By their helpfulness in numerous ways, they contributed greatly to the final result. I would single out for special mention J. R. Alcorn, Mrs. Anna Bailey Mills, her two sons, Claude and Vernon, and her daughter, Laura, all of Fallon. W. C. Kirkland, Louis Mattice, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle C. Robison, and E. B. Vandall, of White Pine County, and Mr.
These include three bats (Allen's long-eared bat, Idionycteris phyllotis; the cave myotis, Myotis velifer; and the western mastiff bat, Eumops perotis); two carnivores (the wolverine, Gulo gulo; and the lynx, Lynx lynx); two rodents (the western gray squirrel, Sciurus griseus; and the spiny pocket mouse, Chaetodipus spinatus); and one artiodactyl (the white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus), although the existence of the last species is disputed (Adams, 1963). A recent general treatment of mammals occupying the intermountain region, including Nevada, is provided by Zeveloff and Collett (1988).
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Mammals of Nevada by E. Raymond Hall