Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||George D. Potts, Joseph T. Collins, Kate Shaw.|
|Contributions||Collins, Joseph T., Shaw, Kate, 1957-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 50 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
A checklist of the vertebrate animals of Kansas / Related Titles. Series: Museum of Comparative Zoology--Biodiversity Heritage Library digitization project. Series: Special publication (University of Kansas. Museum of Natural History) ; no. By. Potts, George. Collins, Joseph T. Type. Book Material. Published material. As new staple bound paperback. Third [Revised] edition. Includes index to Orders, Families & Genera. Black and white illustration,photo. VERTEBRATEANIMALSOF KANSAS DepartmentofBiology FriendsUniversity Wichita,Kansas s MuseumofNaturalHistory-DycheHall TheUniversityofKansas Lawrence,Kansas A CHECKLIST OF THE VERTEBRATE ANIMALS OF KANSAS George D. Potts Department of Biology Friends University Wichita, Kansas Joseph T. Collins Museum of Natural History - Dyche Hall The University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas The University of Kansas Museum of Natural History Joseph T. Collins, Editor Special PuhUcatiou No. 18 Pp. vi + 1^2 Published September J 99 J George D. Potts & Joseph .
A Checklist of the Vertebrate Animals of Kansas, 2nd edition University of Kansas Museum of Natural History, Reichman, O. J. and Steve Mulligan Living Landscapes of Kansas University Press of Kansas, Zimmerman, John Cheyenne Bottoms: Wetland in Jeopardy University Press of Kansas, Top of page. Opossums (Family Didelphidae) Virginia Opossum Didelphis virginiana. Shrews (Family Soricidae) Elliott's Short-tailed Shrew Blarina hylophaga Least Shrew Cryptotis parva Prairie Shrew Sorex haydenii. Moles (Family Talpidae) Eastern Mole Scalopus aquaticus. Common Bats (Family Vespertilionidae) Pallid Bat Antrozous pallidus Townsend's Big-eared Bat Corynorhinus townsendii. Vertebrate animals can be categorized into 5 main groups: Mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, and reptiles. The following are examples of vertebrate animals, some of them given by their generic names; when we say "deer", we mean that all the species of deer are vertebrates, for instance. 1. Description of Procedures (Vertebrate Animals Section) Provide a concise description of the proposed procedures to be used that involve live vertebrate animals in the work outlined in the Research Strategy section. Identify the species, strains, ages, sex, and total number of animals by species to be used in the proposed work. If dogs or.
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