"Ozark Mountains" Quotes from Famous Books
... primitive than P. b. attwateri for the eyes are less protuberant and the tail is shorter in P. b. cansensis than in the latter. I suggest that P. b. cansensis occurred in what is now known as Kansas before P. b. attwateri entered this area by way of the Ozark Mountains. The occurrence of a mouse of "the truei or boylei group" (Hibbard, 1955:213) in southwestern Kansas in the Jinglebob interglacial fauna of the Pleistocene adds little to support the thesis outlined above, but is not inconsistent ...
— Natural History of the Brush Mouse (Peromyscus boylii) in Kansas With Description of a New Subspecies • Charles A. Long
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