MSB Division of Mammals

2005 Publications citing MSB Specimens



  1. Bogdanowicz, Wieslaw, Javier Juste, Robert D. Owen, and Anna Sztencel.  2005.  Geometric morphometrics and cladistics: testing evolutionary relationships in mega- and microbats.  Acta Chiropterologica 7(1): 39–49.
  2. Braun, Janet K., Ronald A. Van Den Bussche, Philip K. Morton and Michael A. Mares.  2005. Phylogenetic relationships of South American grass mice of the Akodon varius group (Rodentia, Cricetidae, Sigmodontinae) in South America. Journal of Mammalogy 86(1):147-159.
  3. Castillo, Aníbal H.,  María Noel Cortinas, Enrique P. Lessa, Eric A. Rickart (2005) Rapid diversification of South American Tuco-Tucos (Ctenomys; Rodentia, Ctenomyidae): contrasting mitochondrial and nuclear intron sequences. Journal of Mammalogy: Vol. 86, No. 1, pp. 170-179.
  4. Cook, J.A., E.P. Hoberg, A. Koehler, S.O. MacDonald, H. Henttonen, L. Wickstrom, V. Haukisalmi, K. Galbreath, F. Chernyavski, N. Dokuchaev, A. Lahzuhtkin, A. Hope, E. Waltari, A. Runck, A. Veitch, R. Popko, E. Jenkins, S. Kutz and R. Eckerlin. 2005. Beringia: Intercontinental exchange and diversification of high latitude mammals and their parasites during the Pliocene and Quaternary. Mammal Science 30:S33-S44.
  5. Corthals, Angelique and Rob Desalle. An Application of Tissue and DNA Banking for Genomics and Conservation: The Ambrose Monell Cryo-Collection (AMCC). Systematic Biology 54(5): 819-823.
  6. Dinets, V., and P.J. Polechla. 2005. First documentation of melanism in a jaguar from northern Mexico. Cat News 42:17.
  7. Gannon, W.L. and G.R. Racz. 2005. Character displacement and ecomorphological analysis of two long-eared Myotis (M. auriculus and M. evotis). Journal of Mammalogy 87(1):171-179.
  8. Geluso, Keith, Tony R. Mollhagen, Joel M. Tigner, and Michael A. Bogan.  2005. Westward expansion of the Eastern Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus subflavus) in the United States, including new records from New Mexico, South Dakota, and Texas. Western North American Naturalist 65(3):405–409.
  9. Geluso, Keith,  Justin D. Hoffman, Vikki A. Ashe, Jeremy A. White, Michael A. Bogan Westward Expansion of the Tawny-Bellied Cotton Rat (Sigmodon fulviventer) in West-Central New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 50(2):273-277.
  10. Gentz, Edward J., and Terry L. Yates. 2005. Genetic identification of hybrid camelids. Zoo Biology 5(4):349-354.
  11. Gettinger, Donald, and Scott L. Gardner.  2005. Bolivian ectoparasites: a new species of laelapine mite (Acari: Parasitiformes, Laelapidae) from the rodent Neacomys Spinosus. Journal of Parasitology 91(1): 49-52.
  12. Hastriter, Michael W., and Glenn E. Haas.  2005.  Bionomics and distribution of species of Hystrichopsylla in Arizona and New Mexico, with a description of Hystrichopsylla dippiei obliqua, n. ssp. (Siphonaptera: Hystrichopsyllidae).   Journal of Vector Ecology 30(2):251-262.
  13. Kamler, Jan F., Warren B. Ballard, Robert L. Harrison, and C. Gregory Schmitt. 2005.  Range expansion of red foxes in northwestern Texas and northeastern New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 50(1):
  14. Opazo, Juan C., R. Eduardo Palma,Francisco Melo, and Enrique P. Lessa.  2005.  Adaptive evolution of the insulin gene in caviomorph rodents. Molecular Biology and Evolution 22(5):1290–1298.
  15. Palma, R. Eduardo, Eric Rivera-Milla, Jorge Salazar-Bravo, Fernando Torres-Pérez, Ulyses F. J. Pardiñas, Pablo A. Marquet, Angel E. Spotorno, Andrés P. Meynard, Terry L. Yates, Eric A. Rickart.  2005. Phylogeography of Oligoryzomys longicaudatus (Rodentia: Sigmodontinae) in temperate south america.  Journal of Mammalogy 86(1): 191-200.
  16. Piaggio, Antoinette J., and Susan L. Perkins.  2005. Molecular phylogeny of North American long-eared bats (Vespertilionidae: Corynorhinus); inter- and intraspecifc relationships inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 37:762–775.
  17. Ramey II, Rob Roy, Hsiu-Ping Liu, Clinton W. Epps, Lance M. Carpenter, and John D. Wehausen.  2005. Genetic relatedness of the Preble's meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius preblei) to nearby subspecies of Z. hudsonius as inferred from variation in cranial morphology, mitochondrial DNA and microsatellite DNA: implications for taxonomy and conservation. Animal Conservation (2005), 8:3:329-346.
  18. Riskin, Daniel K., John E. A. Bertram, and John W. Hermanson. 2005. Testing the hindlimb-strength hypothesis: non-aerial locomotion by Chiroptera is not constrained by the dimensions of the femur or tibia. The Journal of Experimental Biology 208:1309-1319.
  19. Root, J. Jeffrey, Kenneth R. Wilson, Charles H. Calisher, Kent D. Wagoner, Ken D. Abbott, Terry L. Yates, Amy J. Kuenzi, Michael L. Morrison,  James N. Mills,  And Barry J. Beaty.  2005.Spatial clustering of murid rodents infected with Hantaviruses: implications from meta-analyses. Ecological Applications 15(2):565–574.
  20. Ruedas, Luis A., and Juan Carlos Morales.  2005.  Evolutionary relationships among genera of Phalangeridae (Metatheria: Diprotodontia) inferred from mitochondrial DNA. Journal of Mammalogy 86(2):353–365.
  21. Sherwin R.E., and W.L Gannon. 2005. Documentation of an urban winter roost of the spotted bat (Euderma maculatum). The Southwestern Naturalist 50:402-407.
  22. Steppan, Scott J., R.M. Adkins, P.Q. Spinks and C. Hale.  2005.   Multigene phylogeny of the Old World mice, Murinae, reveals distinct geographic lineages and the declining utility of mitochondrial genes compared to nuclear genes.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 37(2): 370-388.
  23. Tejedor, Adrian.  2005.   A new species of funnel-eared bat (Natalidae: Natalus) from mexico. Journal of Mammalogy 86(6):1109-1120.
  24. Tomasik, E. and J.A. Cook. 2005. Mitochondrial phylogeography and conservation genetics of wolverine (Gulo gulo) in Northwestern North America. Journal of Mammalogy 86:386-396.
  25. Velasco, Paul.  2005.  Morphological phylogeny of the bat genus Platyrrhinus Saussure, 1860 (Chiroptera:Phyllostomidae) with the description of four new species. Fieldiana zoology 105:1–54.
  26. Voss, Robert S., Darrin P. Lunde, and Sharon A. Jansa.  2005.  On the contents of Gracilinanus Gardner and Creighton, 1989, with the description of a previously unrecognized clade of small didelphid marsupials.  American Museum Novitates 3482.
  27. Waltari, E. and J.A. Cook. 2005. Historical demographics and phylogeography of arctic hares (Lepus): genetic signatures test glacial refugia hypotheses. Molecular Ecology 14:3005-3016.
  28. Weckworth B., S. Talbot, G. Sage, D. Person and J.A. Cook. 2005.  A signal for independent coastal and continental histories for North American wolves. Molecular Ecology 14:917-931.




           Gannon, W.L. 2005. New Mexico Bat Call Library, (

Book Chapters

  1. Cook. J. and J. Salazar-Bravo. 2005. Heterochromatin variation among the chromosomally diverse Tuco Tucos (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae) from Bolivia. Pp. 131-144, In Contribuciones Mastozoológicas en Homenaje a Bernardo Villa. (V. Sánchez-Cordero and R.A. Medellín, eds.). Institutos de Biología y Ecología, UNAM y CONABIO.
  2. Crisafulli, Charles M., James A. MacMahon and Robert R. Parmenter.  2005 Small-Mammal Survival and Colonization on the Mount St. Helens Volcano: 1980–2002.  Pp 199- 218 in, Ecological Responses to the 1980 Eruption of Mount St. Helens (Virginia H. Dale, Frederick J. Swanson and Charles M. Crisafulli, eds.).  Springer New York.
  3. Ferenczi, E., G. Rácz, G. Faludi, A. Czeglédi, I. Mezey and G. Berencsi. 2005. Natural foci of classical and emerging viral zoonoses in Hungary. Pp. 43-49, In Emerging Biological Threat. (Berencsi, G., A.S. Khan and J. Halouzka, eds.): IOS Press, Amsterdam.
  4. McCarthey, Timothy J., John O. Matson, Bernal Rodriguez-Herrera, and Charles Handley.  2005.  Distibution, morphometrics, and identification of the Talamancan Epaulette bat (Surnira mordax) of Costa Rica and Panama.  Pp. 349-362, In Contribuciones Mastozoológicas en Homenaje a Bernardo Villa. (V. Sánchez-Cordero and R.A. Medellín, eds.). Institutos de Biología y Ecología, UNAM y CONABIO.
  5. Polechla, P.J. 2005. Mammals. Pp. 169-195. In Field guide to the Sandia Mountains. (R. Julyan, ed.). University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 259 p.


Dissertations and Theses.

  1. Frabotta, Laurence J.  2005.  Insights into relationships among rodent lineages based on Mitochondrial genome sequence data.  Ph.D. dissertation. Texas A&M University.
  2. Suzan, Gerardo. 2005. The Response of Hantavirus Host Communities to Habitat Fragmentation and biodiversity loss in Panama. University of New Mexico. T.L. Yates, Advisor.