MSB Division of Mammals

James S. Findley Publications

 

  1. Findley, J.S. 1945. Western Grebe in Michigan. The Auk, 62:312.
  2. Findley, J.S. 1945. The interesting fate of a flying squirrel. Journal of Mammalogy, 26:437.
  3. Findley, J.S. 1951. A record of moose speed. Journal of Mammalogy, 32:116.
  4. Findley, J.S. 1951. A tame red fox cub. Journal of Mammalogy, 32:117.
  5. Findley, J.S. 1951. Habitat preferences of four species of Microtus in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Journal of Mammalogy, 32:118-120.
  6. Findley, J.S. and N.C. Negus. 1953. Notes on the mammals of the Gothic region, Gunnison County, Colorado. Journal of Mammalogy, 34:235-239.
  7. Findley, J.S. and R.H. Baker. 1953. Sorex vagrans first reported from South Dakota. Journal of Mammalogy, 34:382.
  8. Findley, J.S. 1953. Pleistocene Soricidae from San Josecito Cave, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History, 5:635-639.
  9. Findley, J.S. and R.J. Russell. 1954. Swimming ability of the Grasshopper mouse. Journal of Mammalogy, 35:118-119.
  10. Findley, J.S. and J.K. Jones, Jr. 1954. Geographic distribution of the Short-tailed shrew, Blarina brevicauda, in the Great Plains. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 57:208-211.
  11. Findley, J.S. and J.K. Jones, Jr. and T.A. Vaughan.  1954.  Records of mammals from southwestern Iowa. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 57:212-213.
  12. Findley, J.S. 1954. Tree roosting of the Eastern Pipistrelle. Journal of Mammalogy, 35:433.
  13. Findley, J.S. 1954. Competition as a possible limiting factor in the distribution of Microtus. Ecology, 35:418-420
  14. Findley, J.S. 1954. Reproduction in two species of Myotis in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Journal of Mammalogy, 35:434.
  15. Findley, J.S. and R.H. Baker.  1954.  Mammals from southeastern Alaska. University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History, 7:475-477.
  16. Findley, J.S.  1955. Taxonomy and distribution of some American shrews. University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History, 7:613-618.
  17. Findley, J.S.  1955. Speciation of the Wandering shrew. University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History, 9:1-68 (doctoral dissertation).
  18. Findley, J.S. and R.G. Van Gelder. 1955.  Short-tailed shrew in South Dakota. Journal of Mammalogy, 36:452.
  19. Findley, J.S.  1955. Birds of Washington State (review). Wilson Bulletin, 67:230-231.
  20. Findley, J.S. and S. Anderson. 1956.  Zoogeography of the montane mammals of Colorado. Journal of Mammalogy, 37:80-82.
  21. Findley, J.S. 1956.  Utilization of a bird's nest by the Meadow vole. Journal of Mammalogy, 37:120.
  22. Findley, J.S. 1956.  Distribution of some South Dakotan mammals. Chicago Academy Sciences, Natural History Miscellanea, 155:1-2.
  23. Findley, J.S. 1956. Comments on the winter food of red foxes in eastern South Dakota. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 20:216.
  24. Findley, J.S. 1956. Mammals of Clay County South Dakota. University of South Dakota Publications in Biology, 1:1-45.
  25. Findley, J.S. and P.S. Chrapliwy. 1956. Records of the Central Plains Spadefoot toad, Scaphiopus bombifrons Cope, in South Dakota and Wyoming. Herpetologica, 12: 124.
  26. Findley, J.S. 1956.  Possible Himalayan color pattern in the Masked shrew. Journal of Mammalogy, 37:275-276.
  27. Findley, J.S. 1956. Merriam shrew in New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 37:277.
  28. Findley, J.S. and J.K. Jones, Jr. 1956. Molt of the Short-tailed shrew, Blarina brevicauda. The American Midland Naturalist, 56:246-249.
  29. Findley, J.S. and R.H. Baker. 1956. Dwarf shrew first reported in South Dakota. Journal of Mammalogy, 37:543.
  30. Findley, J.S. and J. Poorbaugh. 1957. Another Dwarf shrew from New Mexico. Journal of Mamma logy, 38:513.
  31. Findley, J.S. 1957. The Hog-nosed bat in New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 38:513-514.
  32. Findley, J.S. and B.E. Pullen. 1958. The Fulvous Harvest mouse in New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 39:306-307.
  33. Findley, J.S.  1959. The Bailey Pocket mouse in New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 40:145.
  34. Findley, J.S. and N.C. Negus. 1959.  Mammals of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Journal of Mammalogy, 40:371-381.
  35. Findley, J.S.  1959.  A new station for the Sacramento Mountain salamander in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 4: 155.
  36. Findley, J.S. and L. Sands. 1959. The relationships of two subspecies of pocket gopher in central New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 40:331-337.
  37. Findley, J.S. 1960. Identity of the Long-eared Myotis of the Southwest and Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 41: 16-20.
  38. Findley, J.S. 1960. The Fox squirrel in New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 41:403.
  39. Findley, J.S. and C.J. Jones. 1960. Geographic variation in the Yellow-nosed Cotton rat. Journal of Mammalogy,41:462-469.
  40. Findley, J.S. 1961. Geographic variation in New Mexican chickarees. Journal of Mammalogy, 42:313-322.
  41. Findley, J.S. and C.J. Jones. 1961.  New United States record of the Mexican Big-eared bat. Journal of Mammalogy, 42:97.
  42. Findley, J.S. with A.H. Harris. 1961. Status of Myotis lucifugus phasma and comments on variation in Myotis yumanensis. Journal of Mammalogy, 43:192-199.
  43. Findley, J.S. and C.J. Jones. 1961.  Distribution and variation of voles of the genus Microtus in New Mexico and adjacent areas. Journal of Mammalogy, 43:154-166.
  44. Findley, J.S. and C.J. Jones. 1963.  Geographic variation in the Least Cotton rat in New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 44:307-315.
  45. Findley, J.S. and C. Jones. 1963.  The Long-nosed bat in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 8:174-175.
  46. Findley, J.S. and C. Jones. 1963.  Second record of the Lyre snake Trimorphodon vilkinsoni in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 8: 175-177.
  47. Findley, J.S. and S. Anderson and J.K. Doutt. 1963.   Collections of mammals in North America. Journal of Mammalogy, 44:471-500.
  48. Findley, J.S. 1964.Verification of the occurrence of Bufo microscaphus Cope in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 9: 107.
  49. Findley, J.S. and A.H. Harris. 1964. Pleistocene-Recent fauna of the Isleta Caves, Bernalillo County, New Mexico. American Journal of Science. 262:114-120.
  50. Findley, J.S. and C. Jones. 1964. Seasonal distribution of the Hoary bat. Journal of Mammalogy, 45:461-470.
  51. Findley, J.S. and C. Jones. 1965. Northernmost records of some neotropical bat genera. Journal of Mammalogy, 46:330-33l.
  52. Findley, J.S. and c. Jones. 1965.  Comments on spotted bats. Journal of Mammalogy, 46:679-680.
  53. Findley, J.S. 1965. An inventory of the mammals. (Review) Ecology, 46:759-760.
  54. Findley, J.S. 1965. Shrews from Hermit Cave, Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 46:206-210.
  55. Findley, J.S. 1966. Northernmost limit of the River crab, Pseudothelphusa (Decapoda), in western Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 11:413.
  56. Findley, J.S. 1967. A black population of the Goldman Pocket mouse. The Southwestern Naturalist, 12: 191-192.
  57. Findley, J.S. 1967.  Insectivores and dermopterans. Pp. 87-109, in Recent Mammals of the World; A Synopsis of Families (S. Anderson and J.K. Jones, Jr., eds.). Ronald Press, New York, 450 pp.
  58. Findley, J.S. and C. Jones. 1967.  Taxonomic relationships of bats of the species Myotis fortidens, M. lucifugus, and M. occultus. Journal of Mammalogy, 48:429-444.
  59. Findley, J.S. and C.J. Jones. 1967.  New United States record of the Mexican Big-eared bat. Journal of Mammalogy,42:97.
  60. Findley, J.S. and D.F. Williams. 1968.  The Plains Pocket mouse (Perognathus flavescens) in New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 49:771.
  61. Findley, J.S. 1969.  Brain size in bats. Journal of Mammalogy, 50:340-344.
  62. Findley, J.S. 1969.   Biogeography of Southwestern boreal and desert mammals. Pp. 113-130, in Contributions in Mammalogy; A Volume Honoring Professor E. Raymond Hall (J.K. Jones, Jr., ed.). University of Kansas Museum of Natural History, Miscellaneous Publication No. 51, University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, Kansas. 428 pp.
  63. Findley, J.S. and N.S. Weber. 1970.  Warm-season changes in fat content of Eptesicus fuscus. Journal of Mammalogy, 51:160-162.
  64. Findley, J.S. and D.E. Wilson) Reproductive cycle of a neotropical insectivorous bat, Myotis nigricans. Nature, 225:1155.
  65. Findley, J.S. 1970.   Phenetic relationships in the genus Myotis. Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde (Proceedingsof the Second International Bat Research Conference), 40:26-29, Amsterdam.
  66. Findley, J.S. and G.L. Traut. 1970.   Geographic variation in Pipistrellus hesperus. Journal of Mammalogy, 51:741-765.
  67. Findley, J.S. and D.E. Wilson. 1971.  Spermatogenesis in neotropical species of Myotis. Journal of Mammalogy, 52:420-426.
  68. Findley, J.S. and D.E. Wilson. 1972.  Randomness in bat homing. The American Naturalist, 106:418-424.
  69. Findley, J.S. 1972.   Phenetic relationships among bats of the genus Myotis. Systematic Zoology, 21 :31-52.
  70. Findley, J.S. and D.E. Wilson and E.H. Studier. 1972.  Morphologic properties of bat wings. Journal of Mammalogy, 53:429-444.
  71. Findley, J.S. 1973.   Phenetic packing as a measure of faunal diversity. The American Naturalist, 107:580-584.
  72. Findley, J.S. 1974.   Insectivora. Pp. 622-628, in Encyclopedia Britannica. 15th edition.
  73. Findley, J.S. and D.E. Wilson. 1972.   Observations on the neotropical Disk-winged bat, Thyroptera tricolor Spix. Journal of Mammalogy, 55:562-571.
  74. Findley, J.S. and A.H. Harris, D.E. Wilson, and C. Jones. 1975.   Mammals of New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 360pp.
  75. Findley, J.S. 1976.   Mammals of the World (review). Journal of Mammalogy, 57:420-421.
  76. Findley, J.S. 1976.   The structure of bat communities. The American Naturalist, 110:129-139.
  77. Findley, J.S. and W. Caire. 1977.   The status of mammals in the northern region of the Chihuahuan Desert. Pp. 127-139, in Transactions of the Symposium on the biological resources of the Chihuahuan Desert region United States and Mexico (R.H. Wauer and D.H. Riskind, eds.). National Park Service Transactions and Proceedings Series, Number Three, 658 pp.
  78. Findley, J.S. and D.E. Wilson. 1977.  Thyroptera tricolor. Mammalian Species, 71: 1-3.
  79. Findley, J.S. and M.A. Bogan, H.W. Setzer, and D.E. Wilson. 1978.  Phenetics of Myotis blythi in Morocco. Pp. 217-230, in Proceedings of the Fourth International Bat Research Conference, Kenya National Academy Advancement of Arts and Science, 354 pp.
  80. Findley, J.S. 1979.  Comparisons of frogs, humans, and chimpanzees. Science, 204(4391):434-435.
  81. Findley, J.S. and D.F. Williams. 1979.   Sexual size dimorphism in vespertilionid bats. The American Midland Naturalist, 102:113-126.
  82. Findley, J.S. and J.O. Whitaker, Jr. 1980.   Foods eaten by some bats from Costa Rica and Panama.  Journal of Mammalogy, 61:540-544.
  83. Findley, J.S. and D.E. Wilson. 1982.   Ecological significance of chiropteran morphology. Pp. 243-260, in Ecology of Bats (T.H. Kunz, ed.). Plenum Publishing Corporation. 533 pp.
  84. Findley, J.S. and H. L. Black. 1983.   Morphological and dietary structuring of a Zambian insectivorous bat community. Ecology, 64:625-630.
  85. Findley, J.S. and D.E. Wilson. 1983.  Are bats rare in tropical Africa? Biotropica 15:299-303.
  86. Findley, J.S. and M.T. Findley. 1985.  A search for pattern in butterfly fish communities. The American Naturalist, 126:800-816.
  87. Findley, J.S. 1987.   The natural history of New Mexican mammals. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 164 pp.
  88. Findley, J.S. 1989.   Morphological patterns in rodent communities of southwestern North America. Pp. 253-263, in Patterns in the Structure of Mammalian Communities (D.W. Morris, Z. Abramsky, BJ. Fox, and M.R. Willig, eds.). Special Publication No. 28, The Museum, Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock, Texas. 266 pp.
  89. Findley, J.S. and M.T. Findley. 1989.    Circumtropical patterns in butterflyfish communities. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 25:33-46.
  90. Findley, J.S. and J. Knox Jones, Jr. 1989.   Eugene Raymond Hall: 1902-1986 (Obituary). Journal of Mammalogy, 70:455-458.
  91. Findley, J.S. 1993.   Bats: A community perspective. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 167 pp.
  92. Findley, J.S. and L.G. Herrera M., T.H. Fleming. 1993.    Geographic variation in carbon composition of the Pallid bat, Antrozous pallidus, and its dietary implications. Journal of Mammalogy, 74:601-606.
  93. Findley, J.S. and T.H. Kunz, J. Gaisler, K.F. Koopman, P.A. Racey, G. Marimuthu, M.L. Augee, and G.R. Horst. 1995.    International bat research conferences: Historical glimpses. Bat Research News, 36: 132-136.
  94. Findley, J.S. 1996.  Seventy-five years of mammalogy (1919-1994) (Review). Journal of Mammalogy, 77:282-286.
  95. Findley, J.S. and C. Jones, H.H. Genoways, E.C. Birney, and R.J. Baker. 1996.  J. Knox Jones, Jf.:1929-1992.  (Obituary).  Journal of Mammalogy,77:578-593.
  96. Findley, J.S. Mammalian biogeography in the American Southwest. Pp. 297-308, in Festschrift for J. Knox Jones, Jr. (H.H. Genoways and R.J.Baker, eds.). Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock. 266 pp.
  97. Findley, J.S. and G.L. Kirkland, Jr.). 1996. First Holocene record for Preble's shrew (Sorex preblei) in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 41 (3):320-322.
  98. Findley, J.S. and G.L. Kirkland, Jr.  In Preparation. Transcontinental comparisons of forest small mammal communities: North New Mexican mountains and southern Pennsylvania compared. Pp. in (P. Meserve and P. Marquet, eds.), Large spatial and temporal scales in mammalian ecology: perspectives from the Americas. Proceedings from the Seventh International Theriological Congress, Acapulco, MX.

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