A New Chipmunk (Genus Eutamias) from the Black Hills
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By John A. White 20 Nov, 2018
Excerpt......Study of the chipmunks from the eastern Rocky Mountains and Great Plains reveals that the chipmunks from northeastern Wyoming and from South Dakota which Howell (N. Amer. Fauna, 52:55, November 30, 1929) referred to Eutamias minimus bore ... Read more
Excerpt......Study of the chipmunks from the eastern Rocky Mountains and Great Plains reveals that the chipmunks from northeastern Wyoming and from South Dakota which Howell (N. Amer. Fauna, 52:55, November 30, 1929) referred to Eutamias minimus borealis actually belong to a heretofore unnamed subspecies which may be named and described as follows: Eutamias minimus silvaticus new subspecies Type.—Female, adult, skull and skin, No. 20050 Mus. Nat. Hist., Univ. Kansas; from 3 mi. NW Sundance, 5900 ft., Crook County, Wyoming; obtained on July 4, 1947, by H. W. Setzer; original No. 1692. Range.—Bear Lodge Mountains in northeastern Wyoming and the Black Hills of South Dakota. Less
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